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Sunday, April 24, 2011

all things stripey and fine

When I came up the stairs this afternoon, I smelled the faint odor of sun-roasted cat only to find Bean soaking up the Easter Sunday sun.

Once you can accept the universe as being something expanding into an infinite nothing which is something, wearing stripes with plaid is easy.” Albert Einstein


Isn't it amazing that the first brave flowers of spring are delicate and pale? That is, until the tulips bloom. These lovelies were all I could find this afternoon.Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods, indeed. I think I made it!

Visit Camera Critters and Today's Flowers and for more signs of spring.

10 comments:

Dimple said...

"Sun roasted cat-" I love it! Apparently Bean did, also!

Lovely daffs and tulips, mine haven't bloomed, yet...

Donna said...

Beautiful Noni! Happy Easter!
Hughugs

Ms. Becky said...

"the faint odor of sun-roasted cat".
I love it!!! you manage to put into words something that only my kitties and I share, how cool is that? Bean is very regal looking.
great quote too. I'm happy that spring has arrived for you. we're still waiting down here...
have a great week.

Carver said...

I love the early pale spring flowers.

Snap said...

I know a few sun roasted cats!!!! Finally ... Spring for you ... it's summer here ... I want spring!

Pietro said...

Bean enjoys the Easter sun indeed! Very lovely flowers, Noni!

Daryl said...

Bean is so sweet and the flowers are poppin'!

LauraX said...

exquisite flowers Noni...I love your "sun roasted cat" statement too...oh how a kitty does enjoy baking, bathing, basking and roasting in the sun!

SandyCarlson said...

That is a warm and wonderful post. Thanks for sharing the joy.

Leora said...

Your cat and the early spring flowers - how delightful!