Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Thank goodness she's not cultivating mice!
Oh Miss Susie! How beautiful are your eyebrows and whiskers! Do you beguile the mice with your beauty before you dispatch them?
Miss Susie, what a cutie, and I hear being nominated as SpokesCat for the feline world.
haha...the first one is funny...and on some of those veggies i agree with you susie...particularly lima beans...smiles...
It's always nice to have someone interested in what you're doing....
Isn't it a good thing cats have decided to cultivate people to open cans of food for them when mice aren't plentiful?
Awww, Miss Susie is just too funny this morning! I bet she's a real delightful girl.
now I know who really writes in the family
Ah, Miss Susie, how delightful. I love it!!! It made me smile and I needed that! A good day to you and I trust you will find a mouse or two along the way in lieu of those veggies. Farm Gal in VA
Dear Miss Susie, May I introduce to you Mr. Bounty (and not Mr. Bean)?http://photograff.blogspot.fr/2009/03/bounty.html
Hum!Is this better :"Dear Miss Susie, let me introduce you to MR Bounty?"
Oh my! MR. Bounty is extremely handsome.
Miss Susie is in true form this morning!
LOL Look at Her Highness... :-) Thank goodness for veggies...just had my very first "Green Juice." Interesting flavor. I mean--yum!
I know, humans . . . . . . .
Miss Susie! It's so good to see you, I've missed you. Maybe you could get Miss Vicki to 'cultivate' some fish for you?
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