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Friday, April 6, 2012

A Happy Easter filled with Flowers and Kittens.

 Wishing everyone a fantastic weekend and a Happy Easter.
This was my favorite Easter centerpiece of the season, the wild oats just make it complete.
When I was pulling them up off of the side of the road, a car pulled up along side of me and asked why was I pull grass out of the ditch?  Some people just don't get it.
                       This is Little Miss Cutie P. Tootie.  She is my son's favorite and she is absolutely the sweetest and cutest kitten in the bunch.  I bottle feed them 4 times a day.  My neighbor has offered to come over everyday and help with the feedings, plus a friend of mine that has an empty nest, has taken 2 for herself to love and care for.  She wants to train them to walk on a leash and ride with her on her 4 wheeler ATV.  That is fine by me, as long as they are in a loving home and do not become coyote snacks.  They are 3 weeks old today (Friday) since their ears are now erect.  Last week their eyes had just opened, that is the 2 week mark.  They are thriving and well.  Eating and sleeping make up their days and night right.  As soon as I they start to play more, I will start rolling the video tape. 
All images on this post are via Me.

4 comments:

the designers muse said...

What a beautiful flower arrangement. Thanks for sharing. And I agree the wild oats are a nice complement to the flowers.

Kathy said...

That arrangement is fabulous! The wild oats are perfect. ..........and the nursing kitten is adorable. Have a great weekend...k

Tara Dillard said...

Laura is with me now, around my neck. Almost a year old.

She was conceived in my garden, born in my garden and raised in the woodland wattle. Her parents are garden cats neighbors abandoned. Now fixed.

She had to be bottle fed when I took her into my house. She still likes to put my pinkie finger in her mouth.

Her siblings all have loving homes.

Have fun with yours.

Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

Shauna said...

Gorgeous centre piece! I love everything about it!