Tuesday, 15 March 2016


I've spent the day gardening watched carefully by the two women in my life. 


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  1. Making sure you're not up to some nasty business behind the hedgerow!

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  2. OMIGOSH...I want to bend over and give them a kiss.

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    1. This reminds me of the crazy cat lady neighbor's two cats. I first called them Thing 1 and Thing 2. Then, we started to pet them and brush them and feed them and buy them flea collars and put drops in their ears. Now, whenever they see us they come running over to get some loving. Last Fall I was carrying outdoor furniture to a shed about 300 feet back on our property. There they were, right alongside walking to the shed with me and back to the porch. When I finished carrying everything, I set up a nice metal chair in the doorway of the shed. And there were the cats, one on each side of me, sitting inside the shed just looking out at the expanse of yard and field.
      I felt like the sphinx. I renamed them butterball and malty, btw.

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    2. Winnie loves a snog

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  3. How very cute! They are so into what you are doing. Darling picture.

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  4. My cats and chickens like to attend me as I work outside. The chickens, especially if I am pulling weeds. They love to scratch in the exposed dirt. The cats pretend not to follow me because they are cats, but every time I look up, there they are. I do not embarrass them by commenting to them on their presence.

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  5. Do the dogs eat all the poos? My dog did, every chicken, duck and goose poo was a delightful treat for her...We won't even mention, uh right, never mind.

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  6. Someone is always watching - or have I lived in a world capital too long when I start thinking that way?

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  7. Awwwwww! Lovely picture.

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  8. We should all be in such good company.

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  9. awwwwwwwwwwwwwww; good girls, guard your daddy!

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  10. I bet Mary would love to be digging beside you.

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  11. What a great photo! My cats are indoor-only, and they are always around me when I am working.

    Mostly so they can lie in my path and snicker as I go around the long way - or trip over them - but still.

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  12. Nice to be the centre of attention, isn't it?

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  13. I think Winnie is sticking her tongue at you. Greetings Maria x

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  14. “Women?”

    But, of course, dogs deserve to be anthropomorphized too. (Maybe you’re not a dog lover?)

    For cuteness, I vote for the one on the left, but maybe the other gal is at least rich in personality.

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    1. wonderful to see you here, snow! John is the best of the best

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  15. P.S. "a constantly surprised looking black cat called Albert"

    Maybe if you stopped sneaking up behind him and goosing him.

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    1. Id be exhausted if that were the case...he's surprised 24/7

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    2. Well, after a lifetime of dogs, I have two cats, and it has slowly dawned on me that one of them, at least, is a lot more sensitive than his Stoic appearance had allowed me to imagine. I hope you post a picture of your surprised-looking cat.

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    1. What are you doing here? You should be having fun

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  17. Those girls are beautiful . Lucky to have such sweet bitches in your life John.

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  18. Very accusing stares going on there! "What is dad doing? why can't we help?"

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  19. Incredible shot of the ladies.

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  20. That pic is adorable beyond words!

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  21. They are just like Ena Sharples and Minnie Caldwell in the snug of the Rovers!

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  22. And that alone makes it a good day!

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