Last Sunday morning we had some moments together on the patio. The sun was shining gently and the little bit of nature that we had around us only tweeted...no loud sounds.
I invited the two Misters to sit on the wall for snacks and story telling while I planned to get busy with some repotting of plants.
I had to get my hands out of the soft dirt within minutes to pick up the camera because the delightful crunchy sounds and scrunchy faces the cat boys were making were too precious to ignore.
Here's Gingerella, so pleased, and so much like a baby tiger,
"I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realises an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don't have complete emotions about the present, only about the past." --Virginia Woolf
A friend sent me the above quote a few days ago and I saved it because so much of it rings true with me, and yet not entirely as I believe that I can appreciate the present moment sometimes quite fully, other times not. Perhaps this is what Niels Bohr meant when he spoke of the "richness of conscious life".
Are you aware of the state of richness of your life or do you realize it later in time?
Cat boys made many kisses that they blew out in the air for you! Enjoy!