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Feed Your Desire

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Happy Thanksgiving

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Who Are You?

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Isis Is Everywhere


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One Day “The Visitor” Showed Up

Gabby 0 003 - CopyHi, y’all. I wanted to stay in my room but mom said no,
I gotta come out and tell you that I’m “the visitor.”

She doesn’t call me that now, my new name is Gabby.
They heard all about it when the vet gave me those shots.

I don’t know how I got here. Mom and Aunt Jeni were on
the porch when they saw me limping along the road. I had
a cut on my side and a lump in my tail. For sure I was hit by
a car.

Something ‘bout mom was callin’ to me and I sneaked into her
yard. When she came out the next day I had some stuff to tell
her. She pointed her finger at me and went inside. I waited.
She came back with a bowl of water. Aaah.

Now I live in her house like a princess, ‘cept for one thing. I
 can tell that mom doesn’t know the first thing about cats. She
wanted to learn from me, only…

I was raised by a man who had dogs and I act just like them. I
don’t purr, knead, jump on the bed or windowsills, etc. And fat
chance gettin’ near me with a brush.

Mom coulda named me Friendly ‘cause I do like everybody, long
as they don’t go to pettin’ too long. Aaand no pickin’ up.

Oh yeah, I heard something ‘bout a paint brush. I like that idea, it
would be fun. Only I don’t think mom would go for it, bein’ I’m just
a kid and all.

Well, that’s my story. For now.

One more thing, mom’s gonna try to trim my nails soon as
the company leaves. I ain’t havin’ it, like to take care
of my own business. Guess I’ll be showin’ my…

see ya ~ gabby

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10 Glorious Sunsets To End Your Day

Look outside your window and imagine…

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Puppy Love Ain’t Real

One of my favorite posts from the past:

When we’re young and that first special someone lights our heart afire no one can convince us love won’t last forever; until reality comes aknockin’…

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Pup 1Don’t try to make up for bitin’ my tail

Pup 2Sorry, I won’t call you any more names

Pup 3I don’t care if you are a kitty kat

Ain’t love grand!

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10 Historic Tree Tunnels of The World

Every day I think to myself I have to put this post up again; it is the most popular of any post I have ever done. Viewers come every day to gaze at these beauties…

 10 Tunnel10. Cherry Blossom Tunnel, Germany
These Cherry Blossoms trees are a sight to behold on a
street in Bonn, Germany. The floral will create a brilliant
pink archway for 7 to 10 days, depending on the weather.

 9 Tunnel 9. Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho, Brazil
I could spend the day beneath the richness of these giant Rosewood.
There are more than one hundred Tipuana (Rosewood) trees along Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho in Porto Alegre, Brazil. In 2006, Mayor Joseph Fogaça decreed this street a part of Brazil’s historical,
ecological and environmental heritage.

8 Tunnel 8. Autumn Tree Tunnel, USA
These trees are ablaze with the fiery colors of autumn on a street
near Smuggler’s Notch, a Vermont State park. The spectacle
begins in the North and spreads South throughout the season.

7 Tunnel 7. Ginkgo Tree Tunnel, Japan
This is dedicated to you, Fossil. The Gingko Biloba tunnel is a
blazing beauty, one of the most revered trees in all of Japan. Some
of these trees survived the Hirsoshima bombing; they are known
as “the bearer of hope” or “the living fossil.”

 6 Tunnel6. Yew Tree Tunnel, UK
The Yew Tunnel in Whales, UK has been an inspiration to writers since 1470. It’s a popular tourist attraction of the medieval Aberglasney House. The tunnel was nearly destroyed due to neglect; it took nine years to restore the archway. People believe the Yew Tunnel was created by the Dyer family in the 18th century.

5 Tunnel 5. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
This intriguing walkway has the feel of a book cover. James Stuart planted the Beech trees in the 18th century. The story is he wanted to impress guests as they drove toward his “Gracehill House.”
Another part of the tale is the “Grey Lady” who was a maid in a nearby mansion. She died under suspicious circumstances and now haunts the country road.

4 Tunnel4. Bamboo Path, Japan
This tunnel in Sagano Bamboo Forest in Arashiyama takes me away. It’s a nationally designated historic site and The Agency for Cultural Affairs has declared Arashiyama a “Place of Scenic Beauty.” The forest is close to famous temples and shrines. One of the most preserved sounds in Japan is the sound of the wind as it blows through the gigantic bamboo trees.

3 Tunnel 3. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
There is a tale that couples ride through this tunnel of love to make
a wish. If their love is strong and pure, the wish comes true. It’s a private rail that serves a woodworking plant near Klevan, a city in western Ukraine. The train runs three times a day … I’m gettin’ my ticket.

 2 Tunnel2. Jacarandas Walk, South Africa
If you like purple this tunnel is designed for you. Johannesburg, Africa has a man-made forest with more than 10 million trees.  Tropical trees from Uruguay, Brazil, Peru and Argentina were imported with 49 species of Jacaranda. The land is littered with blue and purple in October when the flowers are in bloom.

 1 Tunnel1. Wisteria Tunnel, Japan
It would feel like royalty to stroll beneath this Wisteria draped tunnel. The blooms hang like tufts of grapes as soon as the Cherry blossoms retire. Each spring the Japanese celebrate the “Fuji Matsuri” or Wisteria Festival in Tokyo, Shizuoka and Okazaki. The Ashika Flower Park is the place that harbors
the most different varieties of Wisteria.

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