One gardener's observations, discoveries and random thoughts whilst simultaneously worshipping and dallying in a Cape Cod garden. "A garden," said Ralph Waldo Emerson, "is like those pernicious machineries which catch a man's coatskirt or his hand, and draw in his arm, his leg and his whole body to irresistable destruction."

First Kitty of Spring

I hope everyone had a terrific weekend. I’m glad to say that I’ve heard the egg hunt made the chaos of the Easter Brunch Buffet a lot more fun…mission accomplished!

In other news, Aunt Pat sent these photos of her cat, Oreo, whom she caught lounging in a basket of daffodils during this first weekend of spring.

Most of the time, kitties really have the right idea, don’t they?

Of course, as much as I say the word “spring”, I can’t get the temperature this morning to rise about 31 degrees! So for everyone who’s wishing spring would just hurry up already, check out this garden. Click your mouse on the black field: you can plant in tidy rows, or just create a garden overflowing with colorful chaos!



Comments on: "First Kitty of Spring" (3)

  1. What very interesting striping that Oreo has. So aptly suited with that name, too.

  2. I believe the striping is a bit of sunshine on the window through which the photo was taken. ; )

  3. “Puss ‘n’ Dil”, the name of your new “Kitty/Daffodil” arrangement. ;-)

    ( the flowers didn’t seem to mind the intrusion. )

    Very nice as usual. I have (had) one, (count them) one Daffodil come up in my planter. The others seem to be a bit lazy this year. In another week there should be some magic happening around here with burst of colour and beauty.

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