Cris Fellows wrote:ALONE
I'm not really, have just taken to sleeping alone of late. Perhaps something that happens when you have been together most of your life, the kids are gone and you just want to listen to a book before you sleep...then hear no snoring and feel no movement. It's been rather lovely here alone in this little room.
Crt Jakhel wrote:Halfway out of the dark
Margaret Gilbride wrote:Half way out of the dark
Margaret Gilbride wrote:Warmth
Margaret Gilbride wrote:Tradition
Douglas Crouch wrote:alone: my tiny house from across treasure lake, Northern Kentucky and part of the banks development below it. Terraces, elongated and individual tree planting terraces of fruit and nuts below towering burr and Shumard oak and sugar maple.
Su Ba wrote:........
Cats are one of our permaculture rodent control methods. The farm currently hosts 22 cats, most of which are freeloaders, but that's ok. By using cats we avoid introducing toxins into the environment and endangering the protected species here (the Hawaiian hawk & Hawaiian owl).
The photo is of Newton, the adult cat who was a sick lost tomcat 2 months ago. We've neutered him and healed him up, giving him a permanent home in the process. He's still very insecure and nervous, trying to adjust to living in a feline commune. He often seeks out a lap, looking for comfort. The kitten is Tunafish, a throwaway kitten that was spied at our local restaurant. Too frightened to go near people, it took a can of tuna fish to lure her into a trap. Her first week after being captured, she desperately wanted a mother cat to bury her face into its fur and hide. She needed comforting. One evening she cautiously approached Newton, somehow got approval to snuggle up to him, and now uses him as her comfort blanket.