Monday, September 9, 2013

Brrrrrrrrrrrrr.... It's cool, this morning.........

It's cool here Baby!  In the morning.  In the NE.  But the next-door kitty is in her perch, watching Nature, from the screened in back porch.  

It's almost as if she knows, that much cooler weather is coming, in not tooooo long.  And the door to the back porch will be closed.  And she won't be able to watch Nature, from this favorite perch...   Not till warm weather comes around again....


The zinnias are so pretty, in their little garden.  It's a shame that we can't cut them, to bring inside.  Why not?!?  Because they make my nose itch, sneeze, etc.  -moan- 


"Me and my shadow..."

So I can only use make-believe flowers, inside.  

Which is fine, since they make pretty make-believe flowers now days...


Just some fun pics...


The dish-washing liquid, in the pretty bottle (which I have had for years!), looks so pretty with sun shining through it.


And it just *calls to me,* to take some pics of it.  Especially this pretty-in-pink mixture.  Had some Pomegranate color liquid in there, to which I added some clear, and it has turned out, quite prettily.  :-)

'Twas cool this morning...  But hot days are coming again, this week.  I'm glad I didn't try to put all the summer clothes away, and leave only heavier ones out.  Can-not-do-that-too-soon!  Bits of warm weather, always return.
:-)



5 comments:

Sylvia said...

Send me some of our cool weather, it is 90 degrees here in the south. So ready for fall. Enjoyed looking at your pictures.

Storybook Woods said...

I agree it is warm in the afternoon but cold at night and mornings. Fall is very close. I love your bottle of soup. It is little touches like that, that makes a home. Clarice

September Violets said...

It was chilly yesterday morning here too, but today has dawned muggy with rain (now finished I hope for the rest of the day). Love the shot of the little cat in the window. Happy Day Tessa ;) Wendy

Stacy @ Sweethearts + Sweet Tarts said...

Look at that cute cat in the window! Your zinnias are beautiful!

Marilyn said...

Thanks for visiting me at Delights of the Heart. The dog was a sculpture in a real water fountain.
Love, love your zinnias.