Words Plucked from a Rag-Bag Mind.
I loved your 'S' words for describing this Sunday.FlowerLady
FLL: It was a whimsical word exercise as I splashed about outside on litter box duty!
Cute. It's like that here, too. Now tell me, is that a red or brown transfer-ware tea-cup? Inquiring minds want to know. :)
Deb; Re the teacup--its nothing vintage or special--made in China. We flew to Yuma, AZ to pick up a used motor home, with the plan of taking several days to drive it back to WY. I shopped at a Ross Discount store for bedding, two mugs, bowls, plates, etc. The design on the mug is a pinkish red and it is my current favorite for tea. I had to limit my collection of teapots when we moved to this small house--all breakables have to live behind closed doors--CATS!
Sounds like a soothing, stellar Sunday to me.All of the good things in life.Hugs
Vicki; It was a good day. I finished 5 quilt blocks, 5 more nearly done, helped daughter make curtains.
Great words ....may I say that I love the 'soggy moggy' xx
Angie; I love your description of 'soggy moggy'--I take it that means a grey and white or black and white cat--common, but oh, so pretty!
My, Sadie and Sallie have certainly grown into beautiful cats. Right now I am sleepy and in need of something stimulating.
Chris; I have so many cats--I should have identified them by name. Bobby and Willow walking in the wet, Nellie with wet fur, dear old Eggnog cuddled on the comforter.I have a dreadfully sleepy spell most afternoons--I don't give in to it, but sit here nodding.
Very clever - you do have a way with words.Lillianlillianscupboard.wordpress.com
Lillian; I have always loved playing with words--mostly in my head!
Sounds like a sweet stay-at-home Sunday.
We know all about soggy here! Lovely post.
Oh I'm loving those star blocks.