Monday, 7 March 2016

Sunlit days France and Australia

My first two photos are especially for you Karen!
She is little Snowball my son's cat
whom I looked after before the 
great move across the Tasman Sea to
Hard to tell in a photo but she has the
most amazingly silky black coat.
I felt so sorry for her in the heat
when we were there at Christmas.

She has adapted well to living in a foreign land
however, I've heard a rumour she might be coming
back to her real home one day in the future!

Another beautiful cafe at a crossroads in France
bathed in glorious sunshine!
What could be nicer than enjoying a cup of tea/coffee
surrounded by roses!

Evening Primrose.

I'm joining Karen for Sunlit Sunday
Bernideen for BTTCG
Judith for Mosaic Monday
Stephanie for Roses of Inspiration.

Thank you ladies for hosting your fun parties!

I'm sorry this is a very hurried post
before I leave for work!

Do you remember I told you on Friday
that we were having friends for dinner on Saturday.
Yesterday I was too exhausted to
even spend time on my computer!
I languished between bed and couch
and nibbled little left overs from Saturdays dinner!

Thank you for your visits

Take care
and be kind to one another

à bientôt



  1. What a beautiful cat and charming village! Both perfect in every way. And how nice if Cat could come home! Happy weekend!

  2. Such bright and sunny images today!

  3. What lovely photos of beautiful places!

  4. My favourite cat's are the black ones funny I've only known one in my life.

  5. They are beautiful sleek kitties. I love black cats. Oh guests are always so much fun even if it can be exhausting making preparations. Beautiful evening primroses!

  6. French villages, roses, and pretty cats make for a lovely sunlit post, Shane. I hope you've had a good rest and are ready to face the week!

  7. Dear Shane, thank you for wonderful pictures!
    I love your son's cat, little Snwoball, she almost looks like our little cat ( have pics in my post today ;O) ...)
    Wishing you a great and wonderful new week,
    sending Love and hugs and blessings,
    Claudia xo

  8. Your son's cat is very beautiful. The village photo with the roses is very nice. All the photos are great. Have a blessed day. Madeline

  9. I think that I'd very much like to sit in a cafe in France, sipping coffee or chocolate near the roses!

  10. Just beautiful dear Shane. Love, Mimi xxx

  11. Lovely photos, Dear Shane. Such a sweet little kitty. So nice to see the pretty village, too. Take care and hope you get some free time soon. Hugs xo Karen

  12. Dearest Shane,
    You for sure will be very happy when your son is moving back with Snowball!
    Lovely terrace in France for enjoying a coffee/tea and roses do make any day special.

  13. What a pretty cat. Her eyes seem to glow from the black face. The cafe, roses, stone buildings and signposts make a lovely cozy spot to dine. Have a sunny week and I hope you get caught up on your rest. xx Pam

  14. Hallo Shane,

    the cat is a real "Black Beauty". We´ve got 4 cats. One, my special red one, is a real cat from Versailles. Mme. Caron, a vet from Versailles, found him and his 3 sisters, lonely in a part of her garden. The mother was killed by a car. He was a lucky one that a vet found him. He came to my friend Annemarie and I took him to Germany. Now I have a "Royal" cat from Versailles, his name is Alvis which ia another name for Louis in German Ludwig.

    Bye for now, Barbara xx

  15. Little Snowball is simply precious! I have a sweet black cat who goes by the name of Ebony and her coat is also silky soft {{smiles}}

    It sounds like your dinner with friends was a joy and it's completely understandable that you were exhausted afterwards. Blogging, working, cleaning, and cooking - oh my! How do you do it all, sweet friend?!

    Thanks for joining Roses of Inspiration. Love to you!

  16. A nice cafe is one of my favorite places, especially when shared with a friend.

  17. Lovely photos, cats...such bliss!

  18. It does make me smile to think of a black cat named Snowball. Someone must have a sense of humour. You sound a bit excited about the possibility of Snowball (and your son) moving back from Australia!




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