A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Good stuff, Lucy!
One would think with all those items, my eyes would be content to stay on the table top, but noooo, they have to stray over to the upper left corner off the table to the bright red fabric, then travel to the top and make me wonder: Is that white fur just beyond the edge, do they have a cat or small dog. So, I have to pause, enlarge the photo and look deeper. You do such fun photos!
Hello Barbee.I like photos one can explore but usually post very simple, one-thing images where the interest is in the shape or texture so it's good to have an exception occasionally.The white next to the tartan material is nothing more exciting than a bag of plastic bags hanging from one of the doors of the dresser. The next thing along is a sheep skin glove on the table with the furry cuff showing. Hence, I guess, the small animal impression.This is Esther's kitchen. (Her house is a minimalist's nightmare!) She does have two cats, a tortoise-shell and a tabby. (No dogs). I don't often take photographs of animals but, if you click 'Cats' in my sidebar, you can see two pictures of one of them. (One where it is looking through a window and another, a close up of its eye.)LucyLucy
I checked the cats and now I remember those. I recognized the sheepskin glove, because I have a pair of mittens like that which was my souvenir from Scotland. It was the plastic bags that set my imagination in high gear! Isn't that funny, I thought for sure I was seeing white yarn, or the hip and leg of a white cat or small dog. Fun! (Change of subject: Today we can finally see our grass for the first time since before Christmas.)
Hello Barbee - did you ever get to make angels in the snow?Lucy
I've grown too old for lying down in the snow myself (might not be able to get up :) But, believe me I have made my share over the years. Snowmen/ladies, too. Oh, and snow cream back in the 1940's. Wouldn't dare eat the stuff these days. The slowly melting snow gave the soil a good soak. That is so much better for it than hard rain which mostly runs off. I was tempted to put some in the freezer to bring out some hot summer day!
Barbee, wouldn't that be wonderful - to have snow in the freezer and bring it out in the summer . . . say serve a bowl of fruit salad half buried in it . . . ask guests if they would like to cool their foreheads with blocks of it. Very exotic!Lucy
Oooo - I like those ideas!
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