I am so far behind! I’ve been participating in a A-Z Blogging Challenge over on The Daily Grind, and my free blogging time has been spent over there. I worked five days this past week too, which took my “extra” day while Tara was in school!
92/365 – Kovu – I had my tabletop photo studio out and when I turned around Kovu was sitting in it like he was waiting to get his portrait done!
94/365 – The temperatures are finally warming and the abundance of April (and March) showers are helping the flowers to bloom. I think these daffodils look like a bunch of SUNSHINE!
95/365 – Kovu again. Why are you taking my picture? Don’t you know I was up protecting the house all night?
96/365 – The only picture I took all day… actually I spent two evening using this product, colored Tara’s hair one night and it wasn’t RED enough, so we tried again the next night. Today (Sunday) I think I will do mine!
98/365 – This is the MYSTERY CAT. Quick story. We had a black cat for many years. She passed away in 2001. Tara and I moved to FL in 2003, and not too long after that we started noticing a black cat hanging around… I joked that it was Ebony come back to check on us. I also suspected that it might have been the father to the litter of kittens our cat Daphne had, one of which is Kovu (above). I would also call it Darth Vader for that reason!
Now that we live in PA, we have another black cat who comes to visit and just sits and stares… it sat on the cable box in the little wooded area out back for close to an hour. I can’t get too close, I used my 55-200mm lens to capture this.
99/365 – Sheep – I stopped to check out the sheep next to the Evangelical Congregational “Old Dutchie” Church, 1581 Valley Forge Rd, Worcester after reading about it on my friend Iggy’s blog. I have ridden/driven by this church more times than I can ever remember during my life as we used to pass it to visit family, and for several years I passed it going to and from work! The sheep and lambs were busy eating, but some realized there was an intruder nearby and ran toward the barn!