I have not allowed him outside because I've been worried about him for various reasons, not the least of which seems to be the new tick scare that has hit our area.
But on this day, he was content to be outside with me, while I was planting herbs and veggies in the garden.
Most all my herbs were already planted in pots, so it was a great day
for a photo shoot. After all, he seldom sits still.
As I planted bell peppers and eggplant, he became restless. At first I thought he had lost interest. His attention span is about on par with MINE.
But, no, it was soon evident he was content to oversee the planting process,
and contemplate the universe in his own cat brain way.
I'm SO glad he let me take all these shots, because he normally runs when I pull out the camera.
But running away didn't happen this day, as he watched me plant tomatoes, eggplant, and one lonely bell pepper.
I wish he'd help me weed. I could use a good hand (or even a paw) with that!
Gosh, that mulch must be incredibly hard to stand on. I know I had trouble kneeling on it, since I don't own a knee holder thingy (technical term for a big knee pad).
OK, I admit it. This photo is for me. It is a photo of Heirloom Summer Savory, which I planted in the pot. I'm fairly certain you can see at least a part of the pot of sage, now.
Back to reality.
I'm just rejoicing in the many faces,
and positions he manages
to get into. Thanks ever so much for indulging me and thanks to those of you who enjoy seeing Bleubeard and some of his antics. Today was a real Bleubeard photo op day!! Sorry I won't be here to thank you on your blog, but I promise we'll both be back soon.