This is a picture of Nimue, trying to squeeze her way into my t-shirt drawer. She is a little too chubby for the amount of space. The photo is a little fuzzy because her tail was lashing back and forth pretty vigorously as she tried to get unstuck.
Do you have a favorite cozy space?
It is so cold here this week, and there are so many disasters galore regarding my husband’s frozen-up pick up on the rez, that it has been a real relief to receive garden seeds in the mail. We will start tomatoes and peppers in the next week or so.
What are your garden dreams? What are your hopes for the next year?
Photo from IMBd.
I’m not sure why but the cold weather this week found me yearning for our old Monday morning song by the Sons of the Pioneers. Luckily you can find this kind of thing on the internet. I’ve played it several times over the past few days. It doesn’t warm me up physically, but gives me an inside warmth that comes with good memories.
Just one more:
What warms your heart?
One of my best friends is spending January in Panama with her husband and she’s been sending me daily journal updates of their days and activities. I’m not sure I want to spend a month away from home but the daily stories are making me a little envious.
Where would you like to spend a month?
Daughter and a friend are celebrating the end of their respective grad school semesters at a Hobbit Hole in the mountains around Tacoma. I gather this place is a resort built to look like the Hobbit Holes in Lord of the Rings. How fun! Perhaps they will pretend they are hobbits.
What character in a book would you like to be?
Our son informed us this week that our 7 month old grandson was pulling himself up to standing on the living room furniture. “He looks so proud when he does it!” son reported. Oh, to be so proud for such a small (but essentially huge), accomplishment.
What small accomplishments are you proud of? When can small be huge?
Nimue, my tabby, cannot stay away from the tree. She’s too tubby to climb it anymore but the ornaments and the beads are simply too much temptation.
Any advice for keeping her happy but the tree intact?