OH Skittles, that is a lovely picture of you in the garden. Sometimes it is all we can bear to see, a lovely picture. My staff has to turn off tv and internet news once in a while too because it is all just too horrible mostly and one can just take so much. And only do so much either. We can't safe the whole world so we have to start in our own backyard, so to speak....Have a wonderful weekend, I am glad your friends are safely back home!
Thinking of you and yours from over here in Australia, Tigger, Trixie and Pyewacket
That is good.It will keep harmony in your life(along with your yoga)You have a very nice yard!
The peaceful beauty of a garden spot... thank you for sharing. We hope and pray all of your home lands will soon return to being a beautiful part of nature. Thank you for keeping us informed about the fires there, your news reporters have some amazing photographs. A job well done by all...
SkittlesWhat a lovely picture of you in your beautiful garden.PurrsAbby and Boo
Sometimes you need to relieve stress...looking at pretty flowers and smelling their beyootiful scent is relaxing.
what a lovely pikshur. stay safe Skittles and Skittles' pet!! we is werried about you out there!!
If I had a pretty garden like yours, I would smell the flowers all the time! I hope the fires are getting more and more contained.
Skittles, we is furry glad the wildfires are gettin better. The pictors on Flickr haf been amazin. You haf such a lovely garden! I'd rather look at that fur awhile.Mom an Dad bof growed up in Manhattan Beach, up in El Lay. But they gotted married an moofed to Whiskonsin 15 years ago. I's glad cuz I nefur woulda founded them if they'd stayed in Catifornia. Same wif Bonnie.
A striking image in contrast to yesterday's.
That is a great picture of you. Now you can have a forever home but still pretend that you're in the jungle!Your new buddy, Jimmy Joe
oooh - you've got a purrty Outside! no wonder you wanna get out there, even if it's smokey. all we've got is a balcony that we're not allowed on. ::sigh::we live in Lomita. it's next to Torrance and San Pedro and a little north of Long Beach. we've got the Malibu and Canyon Country fires to the north, and the Orange County fire to the south, and we're in between. it's probably mostly the smoke from the north that was coming in our direction and, since we're at the base of the hill (Palos Verdes & Rolling Hills), the smoke was getting trapped over us. very very yucky! this morning it was extremely foggy and the fog was acting like a blanket holding the smoke down - very stinky!
my dearest Skittles, I hadn't realized that perhaps you live in and around San Diego??Daddy used to live Rancho Bernardo. He found out last nite that the apt bldg he used to live in and the pretty outdoor mall nearby was safe from the fire. Another apt bldg on the other side of the highway north of his previous residence didn't make it.Mommy is particularly worried about the SD Wildlife Park. It's her favouritest "zoo" (if you will) in the whole wide world, and of course it was totally razed by the fire. She's worried for the wild animals there and whether they will be able to rebuild such a place there etc.I'm glad that you are able to get out to smell the flowers now.~your furriend, Marie
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