After spending the long weekend cutting dead canes out of rose bushes and dead branches off of trees, cutting back the black bamboo, clearing out dried foliage from last year, and cleaning up the deck, we went out and bought various flowers in containers for the deck, which included hearty and speckled petunias.
Silver’s photo shoot for Kitty Quarterly.
We had a cat 7 on the bed this morning. Having all seven cats on the bed at the same time is an extremely rare event. The cats from left to right: Glenda, Silver, Loki, Gwendolyn, Marble, Sasha, and Spunk.
I stayed in bed for an hour after I woke up. I wanted to let mostly sleeping cats lie. It was cold as hell inside and even colder outside when I got out of bed and checked the temperatures at 7:07 AM. It was probably a few degrees colder outside at 6:00 AM when I woke up. It was obviously cold enough that all the cats felt the need to be in bed with us.
The moon shining on Venus.
The cloud looked a little fishy.
Gwendolyn: “Did you say critters? I see!”
The Rio Grande is running high.
Canadian Geese on the fly
First Dragonfly photo of the season.
New Mexico Whiptail Lizard. “Whip it. Whip it good!”
A slightly battered butterfly
Fire in the sky
intel plant on the horizon above Corrales at sunset.
Moon in orange clouds
Moon at 10:30 PM
Contrails piercing clouds
Could not agree more
When it’s a women’s restroom
Gentlemen stay out
Celina took a photo of the signs on the door of a women’s restroom at a school in northern New Mexico and pinned it on a bulletin board at the office.
A UFO moving through space worms.
Sunsets have had little color, mostly gray, for the past several nights. The clouds over Resa’s tree got a burst of color just before the sun slipped below the horizon last night.
A dog-eat-dog world
Pretty fly there, Spider guy
I’ll bee there’s an ant