Kitty mind meld. My friends Lucky and Abby. Lucky was a neighborhood feral cat we tamed and once we started feeding, he never looked back. Abby was a shelter rescue that I claimed mere hours before she was to be euthanized. She spent some of her life on the streets, hence the clipped ear, and she knows where she has it good.
This is about sharing your furry friends. These were my two best buds and BFFs for each other. The black one is Lucky, the gray and white one was Critter.
Yeah, was. He became ill and had to be put down at the old age of 17. Two years later, I still miss him, he looked out for me.
This week’s challenge is about fleeting things. Cherry tomatoes fresh from the garden, a taste available only during a short time each summer. And then there’s that little caterpillar at the bottom that probably didn’t make it to whatever it was supposed to metamorphose into.
America’s oldest National Park, Yellowstone, with my father at the world’s premier predictable geyser, Old Faithful.
America’s heritage and mine.
The Taos Pueblo is the oldest continuously occupied city in North America.
Now that’s heritage!