Saturday, 25 April 2009

Mowzie Soaking up the Rays



13 comments:

Sarah said...

Mmmmmm I wanna do that too!!

June said...

I think Mowzie is such a beautiful cat. Looks like a great place to hang out for the afternoon, or morning, or anytime.
Hugs, June

The Pink Birdhouse said...

I really love your cat pictures. You seem to capture them just perfectly!! I have been following your blog for some time now and have tried time and agian to leave comment, but always unsuccessfully. I am not sure why, but when I clicked on the "post a comment" space, nothing would happen. I am SOO pleased to see that I can finally leave word with you that I have been by to visit, and how much I enjoy your blog. I am a fellow cat love and really enjoy seeing your photos. I adore Siamese cats. have a good sunday, Debby

Janet said...

Make up the guest room...I am coming to visit...Maybe even move in! I dream of going to England and your photos pull at my heart. Lovely blog and I will be following happily ;-) ..your new friend across the pond...Janet

Art4Sol said...

That's the life!

Deedee said...

Beautiful pictures, Julie!

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hello Julie,
Thank you for visiting/commenting on my blog - I'm so glad that I've found yours. I look forward to saying hello to you at the V&H fair!
Your pussycat is adorable. We used to have a chocolate point Siamese cat years ago - they are such an intelligent breed, aren't they? We now live on a main A road, so can't keep cats any more. My daughter has two rats, (another intelligent animal!) - so nice to hear from another rat-lover! (They recieve such a bad press!)
My Mum, who will be helping me at the V&H fair, used to breed Devon Rex cats - they looked similar to those on your side bar, but with a little more fur! Adorable creatures!
I see too that you enjoy visiting Glastonbury - that's around 30 minutes from my home - I love the view of the Tor whenever we drive towards Wells etc.
(A friend of mine from Wells will be doing a Costume & Textile Fair fair at Petworth House, West Sussex, in May...it sounds like a lovely fair.)

Anyway, I shall add your link to my blog and look forward to dropping in again soon,
Niki

Kathleen Coy said...

Hi Julie! I'm trying to catch up on blogs after being gone. Mowzie looks sooo sweet and cozy, your garden is beautiful, and I love all your photos!!!
Hugs!

Country Cottage Chic said...

Cats always find the very best spots don't they?

Jayne

pencilportraits said...

I just love your blog, your photos are amazing, it's just like I was there, I will be back to see more. I really really do like your blog!!!

ruthie said...

such beautiful photographs, so peaceful too

The Pink Birdhouse said...

Julie, I just wanted to drop by for another visit to let you know how pleased I was to see that you had come on over for a visit to my blog, and left comment to let me know you were there. I am really glad that you got all things up and running so that comments can be left. Funny that you should have said, "I thought no one liked me", cuz the whole time I tried to leave comment, all I could think of, "oh my, if the comments do not show up, she will think no one is interested in her posts and have not been dropping in". I was fretting about it! LOL take care, and I will be back again, ciao, Debby

Marie Reed said...

That pussycat is definitely an angel!