Thursday, 25 April 2013

Wonderful days for Autumn

The days have been pretty good this week, warm days not too hot and little humidity, cool nights so it is nice to climb into a warm bed and drift off to sleep.

This sweet little fellow is ceramic.

This one is the real thing but he pinching Pidge's food and could find the way out, he worked it out in time. 

All the cats are out and about enjoying the mild weather.  This is Kidney.

And Hodini.

And Leroy

New little plants are popping up everywhere, hope the winter is not too cold or they will all die.

Here is Snots just getting up for the day

The front yard is starting to look tidy but a bit bare.



Time for breakfast look where I find my glasses if I leave them lying around the beer fairy hides them.

This is breakfast and I'm starving.

I mustn't forget my tablets for my sore foot.

and this poor little girl has lost her head

All fixed now.

My sons car now sites out the front of our place, no overhanging trees to make it dirty, this is the Sydney car. 



This is me wondering what I will have for dinner or  lunch I call it dinner the rest of the world calls it lunch.

I worked hard I have done two loads of washing.

Pidge wanted his picture taken too.

And Leroy.

From a few different angles, she wasn't sure which was her best side.

This is our winter outside seating the sun just popped behind a cloud for a second or two.

Just a few garden pictures.



The winter vegie garden all ready to be planted well almost.

Time for lunch tomato and peanut butter on toast and coffee, well I like it.

16 comments:

  1. You seem like you live a lovely life, full of good things like your furry friends, nature, and those you love.

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    1. Yes life is good now, very relaxed and peaceful.
      Merle.....

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  2. My brother in law calls it dinner, too, so we have to call dinner supper. Have you moved the chair?

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    1. Your brother must be a good bloke I now always give a time if people are coming for a meal so no one gets muddled up.
      The chair gets moved a lot it's my sitting down chair if my back hurts or I feel a bit tired when doing the garden.
      Merle....

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  3. It looks lovely and chilled in your world. How many cats do you have?! I'd love some cats but I think my two dogs would not be too accommodating! Peanut butter and tomato-i'm intrigued! Before i stopped eating dairy i used to have peanut butter with grilled cheese melted on top-really tasty!

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    1. It has been cool, I have 4cats and a stray who will not let anyone near her or him but I'm winning her over very slowly.
      Try the tomato and peanut on toast I don't like it on bread not toasted.
      Merle.....

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  4. Isn't autumn a delight? Finally being able to snuggle into bed again... I love your garden, your cats and Pidge. And I hope your poor sore foot is getting better.

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    1. The foot is a lot better now, I still have lots of tablets left so if I have problems in the future I be OKi.
      Merle......

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  5. Hi Merle ... I like how your cats check out everything you do in the garden...... Peanut butter and tomato sounds OK to me...... I say breakfast lunch and tea .......Hugs
    Barb xx

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    1. Here you always have company usually not the human kind, but if you stand out the front someone always wonders by that how the beer fairy keep up with all the neighbour gossip.
      Merle......

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  6. Hi Merle (waves), lovely to meet you... another cat lover! And I'm thrilled that you have a pet pigeon called Pidge for two reasons.One...I have two pet pigeons and a dove (I LOVE pigeons),and Pidge was my nickname as a child!
    I'm going to like visiting here.
    Jane x

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  7. Hi Jane nice to meet you, I do love cats except when they leave little brown messages in my bedroom or jump on me at 4in the morning and say OK now is the time to play and everyone would love Pidge he talks a lot he reminds me of a few people I know.
    Merle.......

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  8. Love the pictures - your cats always make me smile :) I sometimes call lunch dinner, usually I say Sunday dinner because we always have a big meal for lunchtime :)

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  9. I 'm glad other people call lunch dinner too.
    Merle.....

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  10. How does Pidge survive with the cats? peanut butter and tomato??? maybe. Thanks for dropping by my blog.

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    1. The cats are too well fed to worry about eating Pidge plus we don't let him walk on the ground and all his food is kept up pretty high.
      Try the sandwich one day I will find someone who likes it, but it has to be made with toast.
      Merle............

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