Thoroughly Poetic Thursday
Our friends Teddy and Angel Sammy from Two Spoiled Cats provided us with a magical photo for this week’s poetry inspiration.
I‘d love to be a fairy princess
Forever unworldly and alluring
Living in nature without a care
No laundry to do, floors to mop
Or litter boxes to scoop
Leisurely floating through fields
Of vibrant flowers wrapping myself
In exotic fragrances while
Enjoying balmy breezes teasing the
Tendrils of my hair and dreaming of
Luminous, companionable unicorns and
Wishes granted by mythical wizards.
© Janet Buickeroood Blue 03/06/2019
If you’d like to take part in Thoroughly Poetic Thursday, click on the badge at the left. You’ll be transported to Two Spoiled Cats where you will find a fabulous poem created and transmitted from the Rainbow Bridge by Angel Sammy, comments which include links to other poems and an inspirational photo for next week’s Thoroughly Poetic Thursday.
Each week we always like to participate in this blog hop hosted by our friend, Brian. Though we are constantly exhausted from worry and middle-of-the night visits to the emergency vet hospital with Sawyer, we do have blessings in our lives and things for which we can be thankful.
On Sunday The Cat on My Head reached and surpassed 50,000 legitimate comments; though, we often get more spam comments on our posts than we do “real” ones. The current group of spam represents offers for loans and inexpensive medications.
Progress is being made on our addition…finally. HVAC, electrical and plumbing are all roughed in, windows are installed, wall insulation added and the roof completed. The photo below was taken on Wednesday as the final metal, roofing panels were installed.
Finally, Sawyer, Dad Tom and I are thankful for the continued purrs, prayers and POTP offered by so many. That support and love does a lot to keep us going as we try to prevent Sawyer’s seizures from recurring with such frequency.
To participate in the Thankful Thursday blog hop, post for what you are thankful, then click on Brian’s badge to be transported to the hop.