Spring is sprung, the grass is ris.
I wonders where the birdies is.
They say the birds is on the wing.
Ain’t that absurd?
I always thought the wing was on the bird.
Spring has arrived! We took this picture of almond blossom a couple of weeks ago. The trees looked beautiful. Yesterday when we got up, the wind had blown most of the blossom off the trees. It looked a bit like snow on the ground, but it isn’t nearly as much fun as real snow!
I hope you’re all looking forward to Christmas!
My letter to Santa appeared on Rumpy’s blog. My thanks to Rumpy for passing my message on to Santa. Many of my animal friends have sent lovely requests to Santa this year, it would be wonderful if all their wishes came true.
I’m still hoping that anyone wondering about getting a Santa Pup will think very carefully and find out about the breed. See – Santa Pups for Christmas? Read this first, straight from the doggy’s mouth.
When my bipeds first talked about snow I had no idea what it was. Pippin, the cat who is a couple of years older than me, told me that it’s nasty stuff and it’s best to wait indoors until it goes away again. Mulberry, the other cat, had never seen snow either.
Then one morning when we opened the back door everything was white. Pippin didn’t even come across the room to look, he put his ears back to signal his disapproval and went to sit by the fire. Mulberry took a few steps in the snow and he jumped about a little bit. Then he decided it was cold and he went back to join Pippin.