I keep waking up early...today the sky was worth getting up and taking some shots.
Little Sidney has figured out how to jump on the stool and can pull himself up on the blankets to get to the top of the crate...where he has a birds eye view of the activity outside the back door.
After Phoebe, Gucci, Seymour and Sidney had breakfast, we headed out to the barn. The kitties don't mind being transported in the wheelbarrow (in a carrier) and continue to enjoy playing in the gooming room to classical music.
I was to slow on the draw to get King Mustafa's face looking out from the back shed...instead, I got his butt.
Once again, Sid slipped into the jungle.
I went to the bank and Wegmans...after lunch Gordy B. showed up to roto til the (green) outdoor arena as well as the indoor....
and some of Gary's gardens. I'm very happy not to see all those weeds.
We had an outrageous downpour...I knew it would not last long, so the ponies stayed under the shed roof (except for Pony, and she got one heck of a bath). It was a relief after the high humidity.
Did evening chores quickly....
Made a salad, took a shower and we drove over to Roger and Tina's for dinner.
Started off with some nice veggies and a curry dip.
I made a salad with leaf lettuce, sweet onion, green grapes and bluberries. Topped it off with homemade poppy seed dressing and Gorganzola cheese.
Roger made angel hair pasta...
and it was topped with a red pepper sauce. On the side he served shrimp and feta cheese wrapped in bacon...this was broiled. What a dinner!
Dessert wasn't too shabby either...Ice cream, blueberries and peaches served on a slice of blueberry bread.
Roger loves to cook and is very creative in the kitchen.
Their home is comfortable and very tastefully decorated. A relaxing evening.
I just put the ponies in and am ready to sign off.
By the way, my afternoon nap was just what the doctor ordered. Perhaps it could become a habit.