Sunday Selfies: Week #141
Lily Olivia agreed to take a selfie; though, all Kitties Blue had threatened to boycott after Friday’s round-up. However, she said she would only do it if I joined her. She looked so cute when she asked, I couldn’t refuse. So here we are. Lily even managed to reach over my shoulder to snap the photo.
Kitties Blue and I are dedicating today’s post to some faithful hoppers who recently received their angel wings. They were all greatly loved and will be missed by their families and all who knew them. They will remain in our hearts always.
Kitties Blue and I hope you will take a moment to remember our friends before adding your selfie to today’s blog hop. The link for adding that selfie is below as is the code to add the hop to your blog. If you would be so kind as to link back to The Cat on My Head and/or include our badge on your post, you’d make the kitties and me very happy.
Wishing everybody a day filled with love and sunshine. We’ll be back tomorrow with a rare Monday post and a giveaway.
I made two versions of the same art creation. I could not decide which I liked best and so am sharing them both.
These are my entries in Athena Cat Goddess Wise Kitty’s Caturday Art blog hop. To participate and/or view the other submissions, click on Athena’s badge.
I usually like to explain how I’ve done my art, but I tinkered so much in PicMonkey, piZap and Picasa, that I lost track of what I did. I can tell you that I used the azalea photo from yesterday’s post as an overlay for the following photo of Misty May. If nothing else the photos represent the beauty and colorfulness of spring.
Earth Day 2017
Today is Earth Day. To continue to enjoy the natural resources and beauty of our planet, like these azaleas, we all need to support and adopt the practices of Reduce/Reuse/Recycle/Restore/Replenish. Please make a contract with yourself to work 100 percent of the time to embrace and practice these planet-saving habits.
Here’s your reminder that it’s time for you to snap a selfie for tomorrow’s blog hop. I am not certain who will be hosting as all the kitties are less than happy with Dad Tom and me. When eight cats of varied, and in some cases multiple (Lily Olivia), purrsonalities are shut into the kitchen to await Dr. Neel and the indignities of annual exams and vaccines, one cannot expect to be liked. In fact, I may have to go out and scare up a guest host from the neighborhood. You’ll need to drop in tomorrow to find out.