First off: what a blessing all of you are! Reading your posts and updates make isolation a bit easier…and, of course, enjoying a good cup of coffee with friends. All my best, Christine
We anticipated the opening of The Coffee Cup restaurant on Randolph and Hamline for months. Then…Covid-19 arrived. However, many dedicated local businesses are providing wonderful take out service. Upload the app Toast Takeout and you will find local restaurants, like The Coffee Cup. Very easy!
For David; who wondered if there was any room left to join the nap squad…
I haven’t posted since late October and am still trying to wrap my mind around Covid-19 as we shelter, and work, at home. Our thoughts are with our friends and furriends around the world. Today we offer a sleepy nod from Dylan the Tabby…
Groot will soon go to his forever home. His journey from a rescue on a dusty sidewalk to a thriving kitten is complete!
We have had a wonderful week enjoying local sights and tastes! A true “staycation”, we explored places in Minnesota and Wisconsin, including hiking in Carpenter Nature Center and trying out a new breakfast spot in St. Paul: Hope Breakfast. Carpenter Nature Center has two campuses: the 425-acre Minnesota Campus with more than 10 miles of hiking trails and, justContinue reading “The Staycation is Winding Down”
Healthy and “kittening” 🙂 What a change from the fragile kitten rescued from a sidewalk about 6 weeks ago:
It was a perfect day to visit the fair! …not everybody looked happy though. I wonder why? LOL We visited the Democratic HQ; lots of smiles and activity.
Today’s focus: The Regal Fritillary, a large butterfly similar in size to the monarch.
One of the joys of family get-togethers is meeting new members of the clan. 🙂 Russell was part of a weekend gathering at Matthews Lake in Wisconsin, hitching a ride with his Mom and Dad, Tanya and Corey.