Sisters at Heart

Sisters at Heart

Stretch is getting stronger and harder to handle when it comes to water-boarding him. He hid tonight and I couldn’t find him anywhere. I finally asked Rosencrantz to help me find him — he lead me into the laundry room and meowed at the washing machine. I crawled up on the washing machine and shined my flashlight down behind it — there Stretch was crouched down hoping I couldn’t see him. He refused to come out until a got a can of air and sprayed it behind the washing machine. Stretch shot up and out over the top of the machine with a look on his face like the devil was after him. I felt bad for him, but he needs the treatments. He growled at us the whole water boarding session.

Sisters at Heart had really nice blooms tonight, and while we were sitting on the garden swing watching the cats, birds and other critters, a really nice wall of clouds formed in the northern skies.

We have a colored lily in our white “moonlight” garden around the deck. Laurie got a photo of it in the morning light.