Re: Her hair makes me laugh out loud. It is good no one could see the honey stick stuck in her coat. LOL Actually, I had gotten most of it out before I took the pictures. She was curled up in the cat tree with it. I assume, Hobbes brought it to her from behind the couch where one got lost a long time ago.
Re: When I lived at my other house, 7 lots away, I only saw wrens. They built a nest in my tree every year. I never saw another bird. I even asked someone once if there were birds in this park. Then I moved up the street, 7 houses, and found a plethora of birds! I am sure that it is the woods that draw them. I hope they never cut it down, but the old owners thought about cutting it down. My other house, had the swimming pool behind it. The woods did not start until the house after me. Hopefully, the new owners never even think about cutting it down.
Re: Susa Critters [sign in to see URL] bet is IS the woods! Lucky [sign in to see URL] so hope the owners never cut that treasure down.
Is it a large woods? Have you gone wandering through it?
NICE BOX! Oh our kitties love [sign in to see URL] they really don't go with the living room decor.
I plan on putting empty boxes into the spare room when it becomes the cat only [sign in to see URL] I'll leave one or two in there until they get trashed!
Re: I am starting to cave in about this box. I may give it another week.
The woods is not large and I have walked through it. There is a lot of undergrowth and it is hard to get through. I love it anyway. A few years ago, the owners cut down a bunch of the trees and thinned it out. I can see straight through it now. A whole bunch of people complained about that and they finally stopped cutting. I wonder if they were going to cut it all down then.
OK, I just did some quick calculations. It is 6 lots long and each lot is about 50 ft wide. So that makes it about 300 ft long and I would guess 200 ft wide.
Re: Susa Critters Oh it is just the right [sign in to see URL] your own private [sign in to see URL] envy you having that so close that you can walk through it..
[sign in to see URL] noticed the ribbon and toy hanging off your rocking [sign in to see URL] I thought I would do something like that with a little open metal stool in my living room....
Never even thought of [sign in to see URL] thank you.
And so far this morning. Patches and Misty thank you as well!
Re: Susa Critters They played till they needed a nap. Then my old catzilla Ginger came [sign in to see URL] just rubbed her scent glands on [sign in to see URL] tried to bite it, but it was too much work!
Gorgeous shots of the [sign in to see URL] have some here. I don't know if they are called a Carolina Chickadee or [sign in to see URL] they sure look like yours.
I love their "call"..it does sound like they are saying.."Chickadee dee [sign in to see URL] dee deeee"..
Re: Susa Critters Oh you are so danged cute!
I think you are right about cutting it short, then letting it get long. It would cut down on the amount of haircuts you need.
And both are very cute.
I STILL ENVY you your naturally curly hair!
Re: Susa Critters Yeah, too thick! I have to get it thinned, or it just sticks up everywhere. And I have no less than 4 cowlicks!
If my parents were [sign in to see URL] I lived alone and did not TRULY care what people thought of me, and it would not look bad back on my husband or parents..
I would spike my [sign in to see URL] let it be natural not like those stiff wild spiked hair styles..
But just standing up [sign in to see URL] I might even die it blue!
Wear my fairy [sign in to see URL] BRA and my hippie [sign in to see URL] my pagan jewelry....
Oh lordy what a scene I would [sign in to see URL] might belong on that "People at Walmart" site!