Saturday, January 12, 2019

Tea-Sipping Day



There are whispers of the "s" word in the forecast, just when the sunshine has returned, and green shoots are popping up all over the garden.
I hope the weather-forecasters have missed the mark on this one.
I'm pretty certain that the cats have got spring-fever, they have been running around the house and having a mad half-hour, more than usual, destroying their little furry mice, and insisting on hiding beneath the dining room rug, pretending not to be noticed, except for two obvious big lumps.
It's a day of list-making and tea-sipping for me, tomorrow more errand running.
Hope all is well, in your little corner of the world.
 
 

10 comments:

Belinda Richardson said...

Your teapot is lovely.

We are far enough south that I don't think we will see any snow, unfortunately. We are tucked into the SE corner of TN.

donna baker said...

That sounds too funny. I guess winter has an upside.

DJan said...

I laughed out loud to think of those two cats "hiding" under the rug. :-)

Kathy said...

The "S" word is heard in every newscast here. Tonight and tomorrow are the key times. My cat is also running all over the house like crazy. Hmm...

L. D. said...

It did snow here and we are hunkered in for the whole day. Tea and coffee both are in order while I watch it snow and watch the birds too.

Donna OShaughnessy said...

In my corner of the world, not so great. Lots and lots of SNOW. There, I said it :) Cold, windy and drifting and chore doing is a big hassle but, inside is cozy with our rocket mass heater, lots of tea and a Netflix movie later. (If the satellite doesn't go blank)

Edna B said...

I've just found your blog and I just love love the photos. Especially the ones of the sky. Hope you don't get too much snow, have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

Nancy said...

How funny to have two cats hiding under a rug! Love playful cats!

It only snows where I live once every six years or so. That would be why I live in the desert!!

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

Now Jo, every day is a tea sipping day!

Here in Michigan, we're at least 3 months from spring fever...

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Sounds like the perfect day! I'm itching for spring already!