Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Where's Franklin & Country Girl?

The little guy hiding in my flowers is Franklin (he doesn't think anyone can see him.) He is one of my two kitties, both of which love to hang out with me while I am in the garden. I haven't been hiding out but it's been some time since I've had a chance to post. My job changed in the fall and has meant long hours. Between work and loving my family, my blogging has had to be put on hold for a bit. I hope to be back visiting blogs and posting here on a semi-regular basis before long!


  1. Franklin looks like he's ready for trouble.

    I hear you when you say it's hard to keep up with blogging. I'm hard pressed to write anything after coming home all tired out. And attempting to visit everyone is way too much of a time sink this time of year. I make an effort but it's not nearly enough. But winter can wait. I'm not ready to sit in front of the computer for hours at a time yet.

  2. Franklin is just like my cats who also like to hide in my gardens. Sometimes I hardly know they're in there until I come out to sit or pull some weeds. Then they come out to visit.

    Nice to see you here again. I wondered where you were hiding.

  3. Oh, there you are CG! I'm glad to see both you and Franklin :) Jasmine was hiding behind the hostas as I was weeding yesterday. I only knew she was there because I could hear the poor girl wheezing. She and Ross are quite a pair!
    Molly (previously known as Max) has turned out to be quite the 'blond' kitty. No wonder she was always having accidents as a kitten. Perhaps being born in a flowerpot caused slight retardation :) But then, her mother, Tink, is rather blond too :)
    I hope things calm down for you soon and that you can find a bit more free time to blog soon.
    I hope your garden's doing well.
    Happy summer!

  4. Hi Everyone, It's nice to be back but I'm already having trouble finding time to blog! My job is a time killer but I am hoping to change jobs soon, cross your fingers for me! It's nice to hear from old friends, I'm looking forward to catching up on everyone's blogs. Part of Molly's charm is the "blond" in her.