I gotta say, I had no idea what I was missing in this world since I have only just recently discovered the world of blogging about gardening. My big loss!! But I'm there now. There are so many spectacular garden blogs out there that I want to add every single one I come across to my favorites list. But here's the thing that worries me the most - I'm getting addicted to looking for them and reading them. I can spend hours doing that. And I'm supposed to be directing my "career transition" (euphemism for finding a job) instead of doing that.
Ah well, the cats don't seem to mind. Duba and Chobe are quite non-plussed by my garden blog addiction guilt.
Such pretty cats! And they are almost camoflaged in the chair.ReplyDelete
I know blogging can be addicting. I try to limit myself to just a handful as I can spend lots of time reading blogs.
Hi Cynthia - Well, I'm working on limiting myself. I'm working on it. I'm working on it. I'm working on it...ReplyDelete
Beautiful cats! My two terriers love sitting together in my easy chair together just like your cats. When I lived in Laos many years ago, I had a huge tom Siamese named "Chao Kuhn"...which means "Your Highness" in English because he was so "regal", and boy did he own and rule my house. He came from Bangkok, Thailand (formerly Siam) and the local people almost revere this breed. The neighborhood children were terrified of him and ran away when he hissed at them to "get lost". Jon at Mississippi GardenReplyDelete
Jon - I laughed out loud at your description of your Siamese! I also used to have a Siamese so I know how they can be. Thanks for the compliments on my two boys. They're Tonkinese cats and Tonks used to come from breeding a Siamese with a Burmese (but now they're their own breed). All Tonks have great personalities!ReplyDelete