Have you heard about this cat in London who rides the bus regularly by himself? The cat was nicknamed Macavity after the mystery cat in T.S. Eliot's poem. He gets on the bus in front of a row of 1950s semi-detached houses and jumps off at a row of shops down the road which include a fish and chips shop. Since January, when the cat first caught the bus he has done it two or three times a week and always gets on and off at the same stops. Read more.
Sounds like a very happy family, doesn't it. I wonder if this is really written on the wall? My guess is its typed via Photoshop.
A lovely quote by Anne Frank who never fails to inspire me.
I had a very productive Tuesday. I did everything I said I would plus more. My reward was the beautiful full moon shining on my leafless lawn witnessed on Webster's last walk before bedtime. We were both tuckered out. Thanks for stopping by the cottage. ♥Rosemary
Lifelong collector of antiques. Things that interest me: animals, cottage and country life, fine art, architecture, antiquarian books and prints, dogs, natural history and sporting items, gardening, photography, graphic design, humor, quotes, real estate, interior design, renovation, restoration, learning new things, electronics and technology. This blog reflects my own personal taste and will never bore you. Rosemary Beck