It warmed up yesterday and the sun came out when I went to pick Little Bee up from nursery. As we walked back, I decided to revive what we used to do when we bump into cats in Tooting… and now Little Bee can press the button… so these are her photos of Cats in Tooting
I then had to take my phone away from Little Bee… she would have been happy to keep on snapping away though but I had chores to do at home…
After two and a half weeks in Malaysia… I’m back to this messy house… I have laundry to do… lots to sort our and Little Bee is begging for my attention. I’m going back to work tomorrow and feeling very tired out.
So I’m sitting here with Little Bee watching Coraline, looking through some of the butterfly photos I took at Changi Airport in Singapore and surrounded by the mess in the front room… wishing…
I don’t know about you but don’t you think January is a bit too early for the trees to be blossoming?
Although it is feeling colder, we are still blessed with a really mild winter. Winter so mild that the natural world is getting a tad bit confused.
For one and half years that Little Bee and I walk home from Nursery, we always look out for this white and black cat. It’s always friendly and eager for affection.
But today, on our way home we looked up when we were nearing the cat’s house and saw this:
Pillow is no more