Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Ketch-up Tuesday

I hope you had a grand weekend and your week is off to a great start.

We scattered Penny's ashes in the backyard where she spent many a happy hour. I made a point to have some of them  scattered in my flowers she'd trammeled:)

Friday we went to see the baby boy graduate from the NC Community College Leadership Program he'd participated in. What about you. What did you do over the weekend?

Now back to our regularly scheduled program of cats and flowers 😄


That's all for now, blogger buds. Have a week filled with fun and creativity.


Andrew said...

I assume the photos are of Penny. She looks lovely. It's good to see lots of spring colour in your garden.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That's a nice stone for the garden for Penny.
Well done to the boy!

Elizabeth Seckman said...

I'm sorry about Penny. It's so hard to lose our furry friends.

Sandra Cox said...

Hi Andrew, Penny was our dog. She was featured last week. It would have been a good idea to include a pic this week for those that weren't here last week, wouldn't it?
Alex, My sister sent us that. Thanks for those kind words. He did do good, didn't he?:)
Thank you, Elizabeth. It is hard.Just rips a piece of your heart out, doesn't it?

Jeanie said...

I love her pawprint. I have Gypsy and Stimpy's ashes -- I want them dumped wherever I end up. The stone is really nice.

Christine said...

RIP Penny!

Jacquie Biggar said...

I'm so sorry you lost your baby dog, Sandra. The memorial looks beautiful, as do your flowers. Wish you a happy, healthy week, my friend {{hugs}}

Lowcarb team member said...

Sorry to read about Penny.
I like the pawprint stone.

All the best Jan

Anonymous said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss.

Take care.

Citu said...

Buena semana. Lindo gato. Te mando un beso.

CJ Kennedy said...

Sweet memorial. Your flowers are amazing and congrats to the baby boy.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Sandra - lovely resting place for Penny - she had a good life with you and will now help your garden grow ... lovely photos and plants ... cheers Hilary

Natalie Aguirre said...

I love the stone for Penny in your garden. I can't wait for flowers like yours. I must wait at least a month due to the risk of frost here.

Sandra Cox said...

What a lovely thought, Jeanie.
Thanks, Jacquie and right back at ya. I know you are suffering too.
Thank you, Christine:)
Thank you, Jan. I thought that was a nice inclusion from the crematory.
I appreciate the condolences Lon. Thank you.
Thanks, J.P. Sending you a hug.
Thanks, CJ. Appreciate the kind comments. We're proud of the boy:)
Thank you, Hils. I appreciate you your good thoughts.
Thanks, Natalie. My sister sent us the stone. It's hard to wait for the flowers, isn't it?

Birgit said...

First, before I forget that closeup of the flower with the raindrops could be framed as well as the . pics of your pussy cat.
It must have been so emotional to place Penny's ashes there but now she is with you. Well, she 8s always with you. My weekend was nothing big, tired and still getting over the cold but getting there:)

Sandra Cox said...

Birgit, So glad you liked the flower photo and Frank's and Maisy's. Yes, it's been an emotional roller coaster since Penny passed. Hope you feel better soon. Hugs