This girl, such a smart savvy feline that occupied our home and hearts since 2009.
I recognized leadership skills in her, when she was very young. I don’t think that I can express all that she meant to me, to us at this time. What I can say, is that she was smart as a whip, entertaining and curious. She was playful and she was very quick to train us on her preferences. Out of the four cats that we had, she was the social butterfly and didn’t run and hide when we had company.
Dear Ally, thank you for filling our lives with your charm and often making us laugh, at your shenanigans. We will be lost for awhile, until we get our bearings. You will always be missed, but I am thankful, for all the many memories, we have to hold in our hearts.
It’s getting to be slim pickings, so I am using a photo from a recent trip to Bend. At this point we were on our way home. I love the burst of color. Joining Dawn Miller, at Festival of Leaves for week 11. Stop by for a visit..
Since my last post, I am thinking humor. I have been working on my belly laughs and now I have my husband engaging as well. I will keep you posted. Like clock work the days fly by.. Time for Texture Tuesday at Kim Klassen’s beautiful site. We have some pretty, summer action, going on in our small back yard. Kim’s work gives me the incentive to keep trying..
We recently had the pleasure of young life come to visit. It livened us up and for several days, our blood flowed as it hadn’t in a long time. I had opportunity to be silly and participate in silly songs and actions. Grandpa G got to lighten up a little I mean a lot, we ventured out to places that we had not been too for a while. We were delighted to finally meet Chloe. Big brother Corbin was very much intrigued by what he saw at Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. I enjoy capturing those moments, that make me wonder what they are thinking about at the time..
I am making a correction here after posting this earlier. For some reason I had Friday on my brain, instead of Thursday. I will blame it on the heat. Friday seems to come fast enough without my help. Anyay, I hope the butternut taste as good, as they look.
I had hoped to capture some seasonal color while in California, but the truth is my focus was else where and on meeting up with baby-boys, not so much leaves… So while we were out and about yesterday in Albany, Oregon, I made a point of seeing what was available for this challenge.