#uskathome Ink, watercolour and gel pen.
Unlike dogs who can rest immobile for hours, cats are rarely still for more than a few minutes, even when they are asleep. Marigold is feeling very pleased with herself because she finally figured out how to use the cat door. I have no idea what took her so long as she has been know to make her own exit when none was available (hole in screen door, twice, escape through ceiling at vet’s office). Here she is taking a break from her adventures.
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A view from my living room window. #uskathome
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Pen and ink and watercolour.
Too much back-light for me to show this with the subject, so you will just have to take my word for it. The four hibiscus plants live in this window all winter. At least one of them is 20 years old. I prune the roots as well as the tops every couple of years, so they are effectively bonsaied. It won’t be long now before I can put them out on my porch.
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As we are all stuck at home any way, I am going to try to post something with the #uskathome tag every day. Here, yet again, is Maddie.
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