Thursday, February 26, 2009


Fifth Photo and an Award

We were tagged by C from Millie's Place to do the 5th photo meme. This is what you do:

Open your file folders (pictures),
click on the fifth folder,
and then the fifth photo,
Post the photo to your blog and describe it.
Then tag 5 other bloggers.

This photo is of our Beans in front of The Vatican. They went there on a Mediterranean cruise in 2006. It was not long after mum had broken her leg and she was on crutches. She didn't want them in the photo, so she was leaning against dad and he was trying to hide them behind his back. You can see part of one behind his leg.

We tag : Sunny, Derby, Mickey, Princess and Pierro, and Jeter Harris.

Also thanks to Patches and Nemo for giving us the Proximidade award.

"This blog invests and believes in PROXIMITY - nearness in space, time and relationships! These blogs are exceedingly charming. These kind bloggers aim to find and be friends. They are not interested in prizes or self-aggrandizement. Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated. Please give more attention to these writers! Deliver this award to eight bloggers who must choose eight more and include this cleverly-written text into the body of their award."

We have had this award before and passed it on to others. If you don't already have this award and you visit us regularly, please take it for yourself.

Several of you asked about the flowers yesterday. Yes they are crocuses. Even though we have had the coldest winter for twenty years, (we think that is right, we can't remember for sure) the Spring bulbs have been coming up early. The crocuses have been up for over a week and the snowdrops came up in the middle of January. Dad even saw primroses before Christmas.

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That's a furry kool pickshure of yur beans! And conCATulashuns on yur awardie. It's furry well deserved!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!
That is a very sweet photos of your beans!
Congratulations on your award. What a fun trip your people must have had.
It's always nice to see the humans occasionally. I liked your previous post with the flowers. I have just a few purple crocus in bloom, but have had snowdrops since December. Winter aconite, hellebores, and miniature iris (Iris verticulata) are also in bloom here so spring is near!

I cherish our association over these two and a half years since the start of the cats' blog. You were so kind to leave a comforting comment upon my beloved Jake’s passing. The cat blogosphere is a wonderfully caring community, and I am honored to be a part of it. Thank you for your support during this difficult time for me. Jake’s memory will forever live in my heart and mind.

~J&B’s Mom Nancy
That is a neat picture f your humans!
That's a great picshure of your beans!

And conctulations on your award.
hahah we can see the crutch leg we can see....
Your momma and daddas smiles look real.. that would be an awesomeplace to visit.. momma loves anything historic.. I tell ya.. your momma and dadda get around don't they? :)) hehe

What a great place to visit! Too bad your mom had to be on crutches! But looks like she was having a good time in spite of it!

And congrats on your award!
Mom hopes to get to Rome one day. Mostly she hopes to get to Tuscany, but definitely a day in Rome. That was a fun fact about the crutches!

-Gandalf and Grayson
We did not even notice the crutch till you pointed it out!
We were looking at the pretty flowers in the last post again too! Come on spring! Hurry up! A snow storm predicted for today here.
Yeah, we wouldn't haf noticed da crutches if yoo hadn't pointed dem out...well, we woulda saw dem but not known what dey were. Yoor flowers is making us yearn fur spring...
Great pic of your beans. So happy to hear you guys are getting some Spring.

Ours will come soon. I hope.

Purrs Goldie
We really like your 5th picture. What a great story that went with it! What an interesting place the vatican must be! Mom says she hopes your mom wasn't on crutches long!
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