As I took a quick walk through the Huntington Gardens last Saturday afternoon I suddenly noticed that most of the beautiful statues that embellish the many mini-gardens and paths and doorways are interestingly clad. They tend to be in the nude, but accessorized. I started thinking of the times when I put on my socks first before other items and how I'd quickly rush to dress as if someone was going to see me that way. Au contraire, these statues don't mind this look at all.
They strut about, pose, stand around in the nude, but they do carry accessories. So I stopped at the gift shop and picked up a couple of accessories!
Earlier that same day, I was busy cleaning and organizing, a lot has to be done before the arrival of kitties' grandparents. The cat boys found my doing housework interesting, and so they watched while resting.
I kept thinking to myself how handy it would be if I could watch and nap at the same time!
And yet earlier in the morning, I went to the early morning farmer's market where I found this citron.
This citron has no juice, it is all zest. I had never seen one before.
And yet even earlier, 5:30 a.m. or thereabouts, I went out with these doodles.
Doodle #1= Ollie
Doodle #2 = Augustus
The day came to an end with the going-away party for the friend who was moving to Pointe Noire, Congo:
She is dressed in the traditional Congo attire! Bon Voyage et Adieu! And two nights before she left we talked about this:
Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me. (Psalm 51:10)
Wishing all a beautiful week, many accessories, a clean heart and cat kisses as needed...