Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Saturday, December 3, 2011

(Tw)Lights

I'm feeling loose as a goose today so I'm lettng Mom poke fun at me by letting her explaining this picture.
Take your best shot Mom
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You have seen 87 million pictures of Madi in this chair basking  in her fav sunpuddle; 
however, the rest of the story is..as the sunpuddle moves Madi becomes so relaxed
her parts and pieces melt in all directions until she looks like this.
Who needs a chill pill when you have a sunpuddle?

The house is below is behind our house.  Just as twlight approached on Saturday, November 28th they turned on Christmas lights.  It made for quite a lovely picture.  It was the first house on our street to be decorated.


PURRS FOR GINGER JASPER ACROSS THE POND HE IS FEELING VERY POORLY AND HIS PEEP ARE SO WORRIED!!
http://pughysgingerfurball.blogspot.com/

18 comments:

  1. We understand "melting". Our hearts do it when we see Madi!

    Pee Ess - what a lovely neighborhood, are those trees really that tall or is it the angle of the pic?

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  2. I wouldn't mind melting in a sunpuddle! Hope you have a lovely weekend!
    Hugs,
    Bronson,Pepper, and Mum

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  3. Miss Madi does melt in those sun puddles, that is relaxation to the max.

    What a beautiful scene C, I understand your post title now. We are starting to see more and more decorations around our neighborhood now. Probably by the end of this weekend the lights will be everywhere.

    Happy Weekend,
    J

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  4. Good job chillin' out, Madi.... Sun puddles used to do that to me too.

    pawhugs, Max

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  5. Enjoy your "chill out" day, my friend! The twilight pic is awesome. Isn't it fun to look at Christmas lights?

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  6. My Mom says I don't know how to "chill" yet! Pretty lights!
    Lovies, Miss Mindy

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  7. Madi, the sunpuddle must have really relaxed you if you're hanging off the chair!
    I bet supper time had you sliding down and meowing for food! :)
    Us humans are just jealous of your time to relax during this hectic holiday season! LOL

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  8. Aren't sun puddles nice?

    Licks,
    Ruthie

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  9. Adorable hangover shot, gorgeous Madi=you look so relaxed, lovely girl!...Sending loud purrs for precious GJ...Happy weekend, sweet friend...xoxo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  10. The tall guy sits like that in his chair all the time. He says it is more comfortable that way!

    Love the house picture!

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  11. Taffy cat! Vanilla and liquorice flavored.

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  12. Once the lights go on, it's almost Christmas. Madi....bet all you want for Christmas is a big sunpuddle.

    Our prayers and lots of Florida sun rays to Ginger Jasper. Feel better soon, please!

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  13. There is nothing like a sunpuddle to get you melting.
    We are purring our best purrs for GJ.

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  14. Wow, that's a beautiful picture. It looks like a Christmas card!

    I am glad you got my Princess and the Pea reference in my post. That's exactly what I was thinking about ...of course, I know you are REAL princess and would feel even a small morsel of tuna if placed beneath you.

    Your pal, Pip

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  15. Wow! That house looks like it's straight from a Norman Rockwell painting - talk about the Holiday Glow!!

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  16. Madi is a girl who just knows how to relax:)

    What a pretty street you live on! Mom lived in three different white houses of the colonial style like that one with the lights. She misses them, the houses here are very "different" in design.

    Have a relaxing Sunday.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  17. Madi, you look so comfy in that chair!

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  18. I hope he's feeling better.

    Your house is beautiful.

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MADI AND Mom
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