Excellent position, Pumpkin! I can tell you've been doing yoga for years!Since we barely have winter, I'm surviving just fine. I hope you can say the same!
Hi! I am pretty new to your blog, I found it through another blog. I just have to tell you-I love all the animal pictures! I, too, am an extreme animal lover, 11 of my own at the present time...2 dogs, 3 cats, 2 guinea pigs, 2 birds, 1 turtle and a fish! I also have fostered many, many until we have found forever homes for them...and a few have ended up staying :-). Julie
Cats seem to be able to get in any kind of position. lol You asked about my garden and the deer ~ I've been surprised that the deer have left so much of the garden alone, but most of my land is in undeveloped river bottom that comprises hundreds of acres, and we are surrounded by farmland. The deer have a lot of room and other plants to eat.
Hi Phyllis, all is well here, except for the fact that my 15 year old son is on the brink of failing 10th grade if he doesn't shape up. :/ He's a good kid but way too laid back. That will serve him well later but right now he needs to bust butt to bring up his grades. Pumpkin looks like she is ready for a centerfold. :) Cats really can get in some unusual positions. Speaking of which, it's past my bedtime and I really need to hit the hay. Thanks for stopping by. Best wishes, Tammy
A yoga cat...pretty cute. :)We are surviving winter but, boy, it sure is cold here.Your blog background is pretty..:)
Surprised she didn't get in to a cat pose :-)
Oh, they're so funny when they stick their round little tummies out like that! lolHugs,Diane
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