Friday, February 22, 2013

twice in the cat fields

I was searching through the photographic journal of my times with the cat boys trying to decide which moments to share, a task that I always find very difficult to do.  Their every move is delightful to me.  In my heart I am constantly sighing and ooing and aahing.  I frequently squeeze them in my arms and kiss their cheeks.

Anyhow, the photos I chose are from last weekend when I had two separate dates with the cat boys in the catfields of our complex, the first with Mr Sweet Pants, who sat in the greens and let the light dance around him
while he closed his eyes and tried hard to imagine if it could get any better than that.  I noted the metal pipes with electricity floating through behind him and wondered for a second at the oddity of the scene, the urban encroachment on his Serengeti but he did not mind, he knew it was all electricity and spectacular energy.
After a good bit of togetherness time we decided to do something else and now I am not sure what it was
but whatever it was it looked very good to me. How every move is a photographic opportunity with these cat boys is beyond my comprehension!
Later the same afternoon I was led by Mr Puffy Pants
to the same cat fields,  cool bright light still shining mightily and
we had some one on one.
He said that he was listening and so I talked and he listened.

The moments were so precious that I truly don't recall what the conversation was...I have heard of this condition.

Perhaps I asked him not to sneak attack his brother, or could it be that we both remembered the morning prior when the branches above were filled with music.

We may have even had profound discourses of spiritual significance.  We may have talked about the physics of love and how when we gazed at each other with love our energy fields constructively interfered with each other creating powerful transforming waves.

Then we got up and got going and I remembered this in my head

"A drop of the billowing ocean of His endless mercy hath adorned all creation with the ornament of existence, and a breath wafted from His peerless Paradise hath invested all beings with the robe of His sanctity and glory.  A sprinkling from the unfathomed deep of His sovereign and all-pervasive Will hath, out of utter nothingness, called into being a creation which is infinite in its range and deathless in its duration.  The wonders of His bounty can never cease, and the stream of His merciful grace can never be arrested.  The process of His creation hath no beginning, and can have no end. (Gleanings)

which he readily understood just by looking through my eyes.

Cat boys sent pawfuls of kisses and their best wishes for a happy weekend. Ciao everyone!


  1. Hello Mr. LJ! It's good to see your beautiful boys.

    "...which he readily understood just by looking through my eyes."

    Yes, I can see why he would.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. Oh joy! There's sweet pants, content in the world, surrounded by electricity.
    And gingerella, attentive and amused by what it was you were saying, about loving gazes.
    So good to see you all basking in each others company.
    Lovely weekend to all on the patio! XO

  3. Susan Susan- I saw you on LBR the other day...I loved seeing you and was thinking of you very much. Thank you for dropping by. xx

    prairiegirl- it is getting tougher and tougher to post these days...why is time so compressed...and yet we managed...I have to laugh when I hear Gingerella...hee hee...lovely weekend to you out in the open prairies...sigh xx

  4. These are really great photos of the cat boys. Thanks for sharing. You and your sweet kitties are so in tune with each other. How they must love you. I love cats!!!!!

  5. I just love the attentive looks on both cat's faces as you spend quality time with them. I also love the line"the process of His creation hath no beginning, and can have no end" With that, I shall say Good Night and sweet dreams


  6. the boys appear quite pensive and peaceful.
    no wonder, what with being in your presence and hearing that lovely reading....!


  7. I couldn't get in to comment!
    In my aggravation I lost my head...Thoughts.
    Silly human.

    This post!
    It is wonderful from top to tail, just like those divine creatures!
    I swoon.
    Drooke swoons...
    We love you all!

  8. I know that feeling so well - I have a trillon blurred, weird, ugly cat photos in the archives that I never get around to throwing away ... :p Love those folded arms! :D

  9. I'm exactly the same way when picking which photos to share of my precious Rufus :-) I just want to take pictures of him napping, sittin, stretching,... and that's a lot of photos

  10. Thank you dear friends for you visit....sending all of you love....