SisSTARS for PEACE

SisSTARS for PEACE ... Proud to be for Peace and Love...War is Not an Answer!
"Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them--that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like." -Lao-Tse
"The fates lead him who will--him who won't, they drag." -Seneca






Monday, September 7, 2009







5 comments:

Rhiannon said...

Kylita, I just love all the beautiful photos in your last few posts. Wonderful!

The virtual "puss" cat is so adorable. I fed "him" or "her"? And also he, she played with the mouse.

Willy the cat I e-mailed you about that got killed last night? Well he is a Siamese like this kitty..so when I first looked at your blog just now and saw that siamese cat I cried some more!..:o(

Kylita said...

Hi Rhi...thanks for your post and email. I just got them now at 1:30 am (Tues, 9/8)...I just put "Puss Puss" on my blog last night, saw one on Imran's and fell in love, so bizarre...was just playing with her when she actually walked out on the lawn and peed or poohed! and buried it! how weird! And that Willie was similar to this is also weird! I had a Himalayan named Rufus my brother gave me a long time ago and he was my last cat before Tuffy showed up on the scene 3 yrs ago. I swore I'd never have another one because it hurt so much when he died. Life often has other ideas, though. I just wrote you an email back before I saw this comment.
I need to find somewhere to get my 35mm film developed with the CD copy as my CVS store stopped handling Kodak. I don't think I want to do mail-away but I have 3 rolls I am anxious to get done. Have gone digital yet, except that teeny little camera which I used last winter.
Feel better soon and hug Lizzie for me.

Muhd Imran said...

The last photo is of a hibiscus flower, right?

I thought this species only grow in tropical climate, like Hawaii not countries with 4 seasons. It this from your lawn? Beautiful.

I have not seen a pink on before, though we have lots here in either yellow and blood red.

The first photo has gnomes but what catches my eye are the purple fruit-like flowers. Are these wild flowers or fruits? What is it called?

Aahh. I see you have Puss Puss now. I hope Tuffy isn't jealous. I fed her and played with her.

Don't worry, I didn't forget Yonny. He's cleaned after I fed him.

Hope you are well. If I may be so bold, I would like to say that you have beautiful eyes... now that I can see you clearly in your header photo.

Have a great week ahead.

Kylita said...

Dear Rhi and Muhd:
Thanks for visiting and playing with Puss Puss. She even went way out in the field and went to the bathroom and covered it up the other day! These virtual pets are amazing!
Muhd: the pink flowers are from a Rose of Sharon shrub and flower late Aug/early Sept. We do also have hibiscus here but I don't grow any. The purple flowers with the gnomes are quite small and grow very early spring called grape hyacinths. Those gnomes are actually only 2" or so high, so you can see how small the hyacinths are. The gnomes I named Dinka and Winky and represent my brother and cousin ... and my brother planted the hyacinth seeds for my mother many! yrs ago and they grow up through a heavy lawn. and thanks for your kind comment about my eyes.

Dancin' Fool said...

Hey Bud! Beautiful shots, especially of you in the new header!

I like that you change your blog every once in a while. I have a tendency to do the same thing, with my blog or my house moving rooms around and such. I like change.

Although I have shied away from changing my blog following the last major cockup which took me days to fix! A good learning curve though!

Happy Thursday to you (the weekend starts here you know!). Wales shots are up when you fancy a visit!

Bye for now!