Good Morning

Nothing special this morning, but no rain during the night and now the sun has appeared, so what could be better. Another week-end arrives alhough I have made no plans to go anywhere and do anything. I am glad for a stressless peaceful week-end with nothing special happening. However 47 years ago it looked a little different. I was off to the local clinic and a day later I had a second son. Today he is celebrating his birthday. Time goes so fast and the years pass quickly. His first words and first steps are long gone, but he has made his way in the world and the next generation has already arrived in the shape of two grandchildren.

I spent my day yesterday with the usual routine. My ideas of meals is waning. It is only myself and No. 1 son that appreciate and enjoy food. Mr. Swiss is at the table, but no longer eats very much and really just nibbles.

And now to something completely different.

My usual visitor appeared yesterday afternoon. I gave him a few treats and he left. Half an hour later he returned for more and I told him quite clearly there is no more today. And so he sat there and stared at me, but I was immovable.

Eventually he decided to emphasise his wishes, but to no avail. I remained firm. He decided to take a walk in the apartment, and eventually returned to the kitchen staring at the cupboard which remained closed. Cats can be so obstinate.

And I will now depart for the usual routine. On Saturday morning there is never very much to say. The only excitement is that my online supermarket no longer has a pack containing four liters of milk (4×1) in the assortment, so I now have to order them as four single pieces. Not really a big problem, but these little things are part of my daily life it seems.

Have a good day everyone, any may the week-end be a good one.

13 thoughts on “Good Morning

  1. Good morning … great pictures of the kitty, the rose, the salad … I could almost imagine how it smelled and tasted … take care and have a great weekend .. SLP …

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  2. Oh, Roschti–raising your voice will do no good…perfect timing for your photo. I took one of the outdoor kitties that I take care of to our vet for a check-up and to have her microchipped. I figure, one of these days, my husband will break down and say ‘let’s bring her inside’ with our other cats, so I wanted her to have a clean bill of health. Which she does. This way if she ‘accidentally’ wanders inside the house, all is well.

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  3. According to H.I.M. Xenia, the story about the camel edging into the tent one bit at a time was originally about a cat. Soon kitty will have you properly trained. This an ancient technique that has worked since cats were gods in Egypt.


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