Tuesday, May 4, 2010

You tell 'em Mr....



indeed Banjo...
indeed...

WEDNESDAY MORNING UPDATE - still snowing...sigh...

16 comments:

Stacey Dawn said...

I hope it lessens for you soon!!

BeadedTail said...

It sure is Banjo but you are ridiculously adorable! We just love your blue eyes!

Jacqueline said...

Wow, we certainly hope your weather improves and warms up soon!...Banjo is a gorgeous mancat...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

The Monkeys said...

Oh no! The weather has certainly been weird, but snow in May? Not right!

4smartmonkeys said...

I hope better, warmer weather comes your way soon Banjo! You look so perplexed :)

Forever Foster said...

You tell 'em, Banjo!

Katy Noelle said...

The MOST incredible or, even, serendipitous thing has occurred. I have been thinking and thinking of you and your incredible photography. It's so inspiring for me. I remember that you seem to have a macro lens (or whatever it's called). I see things in macro but my point and shoot camera can't catch it very well. It keeps making me think and think of you.

This is the thing. I remembered having been to your blog a few months ago but couldn't remember where I'd seen you. Have you been a follower of my blog all this time? I stretched my content space and side bar space and your photo appeared in my mosaic. It wasn't there before. I clicked on it and, WOW, there she is!!!!!! I found you! Just like that! Happy day!

Way back then, I had just discovered blogging and was trying to figure out how to manage following a million blogs. Now, I know all about the dashboard, etc. I am happily ensconced in your mosaic of followers again so that I won't lose you anymore!

I have always wanted to be a photographer. My sister has a degree in fine arts and so, I've always just let that be her thing. I don't know if I'm a photographer now or what. I think that really, I'm a "seer" (in a literal sense of the word.) In order to translate what I see to others, I've bought a book on photography and am campaigning for a better camera for my birthday. If you could see the broken down thing that I'm using, at the moment, it would make you laugh! What makes someone a photographer (amateur of otherwise), I wonder? Whatever it is, your photos are inspirational.

Love, Katy Noelle

S. Etole said...

Oh, no! ... you do need a break from snow ... soon!

Brian said...

Oh no Banjo, not more of that white cold stuff!

Sharla said...

OMG Banjo is fading away! He is svelte young man now, isn't he?!?!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Good Gosh, Catherine!!!! That's just TOO much... Snow and Ice in MAY????? Geeesh--you all need to move farther south!!!! ha ha

BUT--in August and September when our weather is miserably hot, you will probably be having nice, cool temperatures --and we'll be jealous of your weather.

We've had a wonderful day today at the beach... Beautiful weather after the rain yesterday (clear, sunny, breezy, warm---PERFECT)... (Sorry---Didn't mean to rub it in!!! ha)

Hugs,
Betsy

valj said...

Since one week, I can see exactly the same look on the face of my Mr. Tigrou, as he is realizing that we are getting a new rainy day... He really doesn't like water !! :o))
Thank you for your nice words on my blog, Catherine.
It's so exotic to have a reader from so far !
I'm going to read a little bit of you now...
See you,
val

Hot Rocks said...

Sigh....sigh, sigh,.....I totally feel your pain, we prairie/mountain girls here in the great white north have had enough!!! Lets get on with Spring already!

Connie said...

I hear ya!! Oh Spring, Oh Spring...where are you?

Lin said...

NOOOOOOO!

Does Banjo go outside?? If so, will he go out in the snow??

Kerri said...

YIKES! I hope that by the time you read this the sun is shining and all of the snow has melted!!

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