The boys found this little lizard under the bushes. At first we thought he might have been a casualty of the cats' hunting, but when the Bohemian picked him up by his tail, he was still quite alive! We put him up in the bush and he hung out for awhile, soaking up the sun as well. He changed from this color to a paler gray, after hanging out in the bush. Isn't he cute?
The cats were very happy to be out in the sun as well. Jezebel did a bit of rolling and flipping, to get those hard to reach itchy spots before settling down for a sunny snooze. She's practically smiling in this picture, she's just that happy.
Scrawny Joe McAllister (Remember him? The one who jumped off the Talliscratchy Bridge?) was having his own itch-fest up in the fort, rubbing between the boards. The silly thing almost fell off twice, he got so carried away. He thinks he's very pretty, but we know that he's also extremely silly.
It's raining today, which made it very hard to get up and go this morning, but get up and go I did. I have things on the easel calling to me to come and play, and I've been devoting far too much time on blogging, which, as fun as it is to do, doesn't really leave me much to show for my time. So if I'm not around, you'll know where I am! I'd like to get further along on the two pictures I started; maybe even finish them. If I like how they turn out, I'll throw them up here later on.
This is also the week I'm back on the volunteering gig at school. I take January off, because, after Christmas, I need the break, but now that its February, and the groundhog has come and gone, its time for me to get back into the swing of things.
Now if I could just wake up!