Every time I think Annie has cornered the market in weirdness, she comes up with a new angle. With a comfy cat bed, numerous rugs and cushions, two sofas and two people beds all awaiting her presence, tonight I walked into the bathroom to find her comfortably bedded down in her litter tray! Go figure.
How can you know I’m not cheating? In black and white, lots of colors pass for grey!!!
See? She’s really grey! Squeak/nee Birdie/nee Annie no longer comes onto the property now that a second and third dog have been added. She is faithful to this wall. Especially at mealtime. I don’t know where she sleeps. Not in her bed in the nice warm cat carrier in the garage anymore. She is semi-wild.
Storms dumped tons of rocks onto the beach in La Manzanilla last year. Made for a lot of gray!
This gray heron is almost invisible against banks of grey stones.
Six inches of sand and dirt completely obscured the paving stones on main street so first timers were mislead into thinking there was no paving at all. Men worked for weeks to shovel out the packed sand and reveal the pavers underneath.