Boy are we ever tired!
We sure are. Who would have thought that Mom having three days off would wear us out so much.
I think we mostly got tired just watching her work in the yard.
She did this but it’s out in the front yard and we can’t go out there. We told Mom to take a picture so we could share with our friends.
I was busy surveying some of the stuff she did in the back yard. I think I look so pretty among these plants!
I was kind of wondering who this other kitty is. I think I’m much more handsome than he is. He just sits there and doesn’t say anything. I sure hope he doesn’t eat any of our treats!
I have my favorite corner in the yard and here I am “hiding” in it. Of course Mom and Shakespeare both know I love this spot so they always know where to find me. Maybe I should look for a new secret spot.
I was just taking a nap and suddenly this plant caught my attention. I had to ask Mom if it smelled. She told me it was a wild rose and I should be careful. But she also said I might be smelling some of the orange and chocolate mint that’s planted nearby.
So that was our long weekend with Mom. We got to spend lots and lots of time outside and we’re pretty tired now. I told Mom we would get this blog done as quickly as we could, but I’m having a little trouble…………
Shhhhh……….don’t tell Hemingway but I found a quiet corner and I’m sound asleep. However, I wanted to make sure that we said a special thanks to all the service men and women who have risked their lives for our freedom.
Don’t forget the service dogs.
Right…….I wonder if there are any service kitties? We shouldn’t forget them.
Thanks to all who have given us the right to be ourselves and live free….even if we can only be in the back yard.
2 thoughts on “Happy Memorial Day”
This conversation between you two, plus the photos, was so dear, that it made me get teary eyed. Both you and your gardens are lovely.
God bless you for remembering our service people and dogs – both past and present. I don’t take our freedom for granted.
Thanks, Donna. Mom says she is trying to raise us up to be good kitties. We learn lots from her. Of course, we’re still kitties so we have our moments! We both hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day.