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Friday, September 25, 2020

Final Fiction Feline and Nature Friday



September 25, 2020 is the final Friday in September....so I thought
I give you an oldie but goodie form October 5, 2010.  
Madi and I were gifted with the Versatile Blogger Award
For those new to My Mind's Eye Blog..the original title was Madi and Mom.
Angel Diva Madi was my Muse...
Madi and I were asked to share little known facts about ourselves

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Madi and Mom say Thank you!!!


Madi:



1. I'm spoiled (I know that is a surprise)
2. I do not sit in anyone's lap!! Much to the dismay of Mom
(the first family kitty was 100% lap kitty)
3.I talk non stop
4.I was a devil child when the peeps first brought me home.
5. I was lost for 2 hours...not to worry though I knew exactly where I was...
sleeping peacefully in Mom and Dad's closet.
Mom:
1. I'm proud to say I can drive a stick shift
2. I was Senior Class Marshall in High School
(this means I kept order in the midst of chaos...good training for being Mom
 to a Diva Cat)
3. When I was about 3 years old I cut my own hair and I cut the hair of
the family Collie, Lady, and Lady's puppies. Luckily no humans or puppies were
 harmed!!
4.When I was 5, I was caught in the act of eating a stick of butter.
5.I had a very short career as a Cover Girl
 At 2 years old I was a cover girl on the Co-operative Exchange magazine.

(I know you've never heard of it. LOL My mom worked for the company.
I was on the Easter edition holding baby chicks.


Nature Friday...now that the hots have left, I often
take walks around the neighborhood.
Thankfully I had my camera with me when I spotted this
beautiful patio on the front lawn of a home about
two blocks from us.  
How nice would it be to sit in any of these places while
enjoying all the Nature around you.

24 comments:

  1. love it!!! yes a diva has to be spoilt, that's for sure!!!! and to maneuver a stick is a good thing, our mama said she will die with the stick in her hand, she sticks with the stick LOL

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  2. Hari OM
    Oh Love this!!! Sweet memory served to provide entertainment and info in one hit! Ta for joining in... YAM xx

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  3. I drive a stick shift too. I googled it and 60% of cars in the UK are still manual. Automatic gear change has gone up a lot in the last 10 years. Only 2% are manual in the US.

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  4. WOW - I've never known a cover girl before! ;) Love that front yard patio - what a nice spot to watch the world go by!

    Hugs, Pam

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  5. Thankfully, Lady and her pups survived their haircuts and fur does back. It is always wonderful to see angel Madi♥

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  6. Such a cute picture of your daughter.
    I love that patio. Very nice peaceful place to sit.
    Happy weekend.

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  7. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. You sure were a cutie as a little one. It seems like a bit of a strange place for a patio to be in the front of the house but it does look like an inviting place to hang out.

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  8. Those were good stories, our Dad can drive the stick shift too.

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  9. Lots of good memories! My ghostwriter got her picture in the local newspaper when she was a kid, and was raising a baby blue jay. She knows how to drive a stick shift too. (Do they still make those?)

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  10. I think Sunny may be channeling her inner Madi! the both of them have a lot in common!

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  11. C;

    the photo of you on the magazine cover is priceless !! I can say I know a celebrity :) ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  12. Gail and I enjoyed the 2010 flashback, and will always now think of you as the Cover Girl.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  13. Good to see precious Madi. I wish I knew you before she went to the bridge.

    Love all the history about you. Fun.

    Sorry I'm so late today. We were getting our boat ready for our upcoming bay cruise.

    Thank you for joining the Feline Friday Blog Hop.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. Big hug. ♥

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  14. what a loving and lovely post! Take care and be happy!

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  15. That was fun. I love the magazine cover- you were such a cutie. XO

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  16. Hey - maybe it wasn't "Time" but that magazine cover is darned cute ! Nice to learn a bit more about Angel Madi and you !

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  17. Loved reading the facts from you and Madi (now Angel Madi). Didn't know she was so verbose! And that seating arrangement near the sidewalk of your neighbors simply invites folks to join them!

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  18. We didn't know you and Madi in 2010 so it was nice to read all about both of you. That patio is very nice - it would be great for a family social distancing visit:) That white colonial in the background looks a lot like our home in Connecticut:) We should say Mom and Dad's home because we weren't even born then.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  19. OMD, I loves this! I loves that cover!! SO CUTE! And I always knews Angel Madi and I were BFFFFF's, cause I can't shut up eithers! BOL!!!
    Cool front patio! that would gets stolen here....
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  20. We so enjoyed seeing Madi in that flashback and what a nice thought of sitting out with the neighbors. Hope that happens again soon

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  21. We are seeing the creative people are having with their spaces in the pandemic. So nice to see Ms Madi too!

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  22. OH I would love to be walking there. I got me a walk in this morning, but it was in a huge park since my town is nothing but a roller coaster it is so full of hills. I need more level ground these days.

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