Today is lovely, warm and bright. A day to mellow and enjoy the warmth. These radishes need more water or they won’t grow.How do you know, Tyebe? You were too young to remember much of what mom told you last year. Shoko told me they need more water.
Speaking of water. I need a long slug of water….cool, clear water.
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Where’s Shoko, Tyebe?
There she is and just in time for her Meezer Proverbs.
Whew! Just made it. I was walking in the flower garden smelling the Daisy and Balloon Flowers and I realized it was time for my Proverbs.
I rushed and tripped over the pretend bear in the garden….for kittens sake, couldn’t you put it someplace else, mom?
This proverb is fairly standard to all cultures but easily understood.
” Give a cat a mouse and you feed him for a day but teach him how to hunt and you feed him for life.”
BUDD…..GRASS GREEN TYEBE…..ROYAL BLUE
Samantha of Samanthamurdochblog nominated us for the “The Shuffle The Music Tag” and we thank you, Samantha, for thinking of us. Granted she nominated us in August and us lazy ones are just getting around to posting now. Glad Samantha never held her breath waiting for our response.
We are sharing with you our playlist……actually its Kali’s playlist on the computer. I turn the music on when Kali gets uptight with whatever pains she’s currently enduring. Kali is very fond of all of these songs as she becomes mellow and relaxes. Seeing these are her songs, she can guide us through them. Take it away, Kali.
For “The Shuffle The Music Tag” just put whatever device you use to listen to your music on, and press the shuffle button, and write a little something about the first fifteen songs that come up, what they mean to you, their history, whatever takes your fancy. We will be doing 10 songs. Then nominate seven or more people to participate, obviously letting them know.
I use the computer and *I Tunes* so mom shuffled my music.
1/ The first song up isI Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City by Harry Nilsson. This song has relaxing lyrics and the tempo is perfect for drying nail polish on my toes. Granted occasionally I swing my paws over the side of my Princess Bed as the tune is so catchy. All in all a soothing song. Sorry, the sun is blocking my paw but my nails are drying faster. mol
This song is so relaxing that if I get upset, this song has me clapping my paws and mellowing with sleepy eyelids. Mom was saying that these chaps played at many of the spots in England that the Beatles did. Well, I’ll be a bug!
Mew, mew….this song is great when I’m feeling down cause my paws are hurting so I feel very unimportant. The upbeat sounds of this song make it so I can’t be down for long….I want to get up and investigate a drawer and try to find some nip.
This song reminds me of all my woofie friends and their favourite pass time. It would be neat to bury one’s treats and come back later to retrieve them. Unfortunately, I have this thing about dirt. I will not eat anything with dirt all over it. It’s a very icky habit. Shoko eats things she buries but not moi.
This is my very favourite song! I could just float away on the words. I can just picture Moon River as blue as can be without an insect or reptile in it. Just cruising along the river in a paddlewheeler with Buddy holding my paw. *Aha, sigh* I know it’s supposed to be the Mississippi River and that’s so muddy that your shadow will have dirt on it…..forget all that just go with the sweet music and the illusion you get.
There you have it, friends. My playlist and a hot one it is too. I have more songs on it but this will give you an idea of my favourites.
We’re supposed to nominate 7 peeps/kitties forThe Music Tag. I am reluctant because I would like to hear everybody’s idea of good music. Phenny ofEasy Blog...oh Phenny, tell me your playlist, Bacon fromPiglove….bring it on bud. May I say that anyone else that wishes to do the playlist, please let us know so we can admire your songs.
Kali just HAD to have a picture in this post too. It’s only fair Shoks, you were in my post last Caturday. No I wasn’t. You sure were…you were wanted DEAD OR ALIVE. That’s right….gee that picture was fun. MOL OK, let’s see something different that would suit your personality, Kali.How’s this for fitting my personality, Shoko? This magnificent picture was done in photofunia by Lexi the schnauzer’s mom. I just love it!
This gorgeous black and white picture of moi was a gift from Dezi and Raena’s mom of Dezizworld blog. The only thing mom added was a frame.
I see London I see France I can tell at a glance You’re wearing pink underpants.
Morning Kali. *Yawn* Super nap. It’s wonderful up here. Is there anything nicer than a pile of clothes to snuggle into and keep warm? Ya, but Shoks, the clothes haven’t been washed yet….they’re dirty. You know mom and dirty…nothing’s ever very dirty around here….not even you or me. So what’s got you up and into the laundry room Kali….you never come in here? I heard mom talking to dad about a pet stroller. I never heard of a pet stroller….is there such a thing? Do they put pets in the stroller instead of kids? I would like to see the terrier down the street in a stroller…MOL MOL MOL It’d be hilarious! No Shoks, the stroller will be for us!
What? For us? No way is anybody getting me in NO dang stroller!! I ain’t nobody’s baby….geesh!
This sucks! I don’t think so Shoks. I’d love a ride in a stroller…my feet and hips wouldn’t hurt . What? You mean you don’t care if Cow Kitty calls you a wimp? You know how embarrassed you were when he called you a mean white furball to his friends. That was just rude Shoko….typical of a growing dudecat that can’t get a rise out of me any other way.
Mom…oh mom I heard from Kali that you’re planning on getting a pet stroller for us…..is this true? Whatdaya mean by aha? I’m no baby and don’t want to be pushed all over the neighbourhood with my friends giggling behind my back.
Let’s forget the whole idea mom…ok? No….you think Kali really needs the help? You lost me mom. All I hear from you now is yada, yada, yada! It’s not fair…this sucks big time.
C’mon Kali let’s mellow out and relax….mom can be so stubborn. At least the stroller’s not here yet….that means we have more time to change mom’s mind.
I’ll bet you wondered what happened to us. We haven’t posted for awhile. Mom has been busy with harvesting the veggies. Well, all this warm weather has had a great effect on the veggie garden. The peas, chard and beet greens are being frozen for the winter. Beets have been frozen and 2 bags of peas. This took quite the amount of time. We had to pick the peas, shell them and divide the older peas from the tender ones. Granted mom and dad did most of this but I walked through the garden with her. Just so she didn’t mess up the veggies.
a small pot of tender Ruby Chard
What have we been doing while mom and dad are steaming their faces off with the veggies? It has turned cool here so our pool has disappeared. No more fun with the pool. Dad cut our catnip wwwway back and hung the stalks from the ceiling of the deck. Mom will pack the leaves and buds away for our relatives at Christmas. This is still what mom and dad are doing but Kali and I helped with these chores. I sat in the middle of the catnip and yelled in perfect Niponese,”NO!! Not our nip!” Dad didn’t listen but said my voice was very forceful.
No! Down came the nip. Mom said there is another full month of summer, at least, and I’ll be chewin’ on nip again this summer. Nice tender nip too. I like the sound of that mom. Remember that Flat Einstein and Timmy are coming for a visit from Pennsylvania in August.
Kali has not been up to much. She keeps using her stairs in the bedroom. Looking all smug and happy. Today I showed her what I could do with the stairs.
I just wanted Kali to see that I was no longer afraid of the stairs. My point made, I left to help outside.
Kali went into the living room and covered herself while laying on the love seat.
I was not in as much demand as I thought so I headed out to the greenhouse. Kali and I spent the rest of the afternoon resting up.
Today was a mellow day. We all spent most of the day enjoying the new growth of Spring.
We got a little sapling lilac tree last year from our bald headed neighbour. We now see the new growth starting.
The Alpine Willy Clematis is very early every year and is about to bloom.
Alpine Willy Clematis
Mom has been weeding the lily bed and we have been watching by the catnip. Mom’s way to handle the catnip is to block off two of them…letting them grow. One is opened for our use…and usually has fur all over it. When this one gets down, mom picks the fur off and wraps chicken wire around it but opens one of the good ones. This way there is catnip all summer long.
The next 2 weeks are planting weeks. All the soil and added nutrients need to be rototilled in my veggie garden and the potato patch. This is dad’s job. Planting the potatoes and veggies are mom and my job. The perennials need more bone meal this year too. Lots to do yet.
Doesn’t my veggie patch look nekked. Remember this picture in July. I can work wonders with my green paw.