Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas

I hope this Blessed Day brings families together with happiness and hope.  May you all have a Blessed day and remember Christ is the Reason for the Season.
Our feathered friends are on our roadways. Let's keep them safe too.
Blessings, Janet

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Busy - Christmas Cloth Kats and Crocheted Ducks

Ok, so I'm a party girl.  I didn't take my camera to the condo party and just found out today they have VIDEO!!!!  Yikes!!!  Ok, so we won't go there.  Did I mention Mimosa's!!??
I did take pictures at a couple of other parties.  My girlfriend just came in for a visit from OK with her new hubby (I will have pics of parties and our luncheon later).  However, more baby ducks have shown up, so thought I would show all the Christmas Ducks and Kats.  Enjoy.
Blessings, Janet

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Flamingo in So. FL

You would expect a Flamingo to drop in, now wouldn't you?  She's sitting there without a care in the world.  We won't mention the 20 degree weather we may be having next week.  Blessings, Janet

Friday, December 10, 2010

I didn't know Kats would multiply like rabbits

Turn your back for a minute and look what happens.  These are fun and cute.  Blessings, Janet

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Hoot landed

Another owl came to visit.  He decided to put in an appearance just for you - notice the muffler.  It's very very cold here (broke another record) - Now wait a minute, we do not need to break records especially with our fantastic farmers and their crops that we need to sustain us through the winter. Global warming is having a freezing time in So. FL.  I think maybe global warming is in fact turning the world upside down.  It warm at the North Pole and Cold in So. FL - go figure.  .  .  Blessings, Janet

Saturday, December 4, 2010

3 New Kats in Town

Look what blew into town to celebrate the holidays.  They have their mufflers on because it is very cold and going to become very much colder.  Kats are looking for a new home.  I have no fireplace and no furnace.  They are tiny kitties, 2 1/2 inches.  Perfect ornaments or windowsill kats.