Wayback Wednesday with Scylla & Yin

One of the improvements Daddy made was a raised platform out of cinder blocks for the water tank to sit on, this will allow air to circulate under it.  Hopefully this will prevent it from getting another hole in it. At least during our peeps lifetime. For those of you who don't know back in May our water tank got a hole in the bottom and water came pouring out. It took a week for Daddy to get everything fixed.
 
These are some of the flowers we enjoyed. .

Some we are still enjoying The Flowering Mable is still flowering.

And the roses are still blooming.


So is the Purple Queen, although now it is blooming in the Greenhouse.

I like to hide in the pillows.

And Yin likes to find a spot on Mommy's spare desk.

Scylla, reporting for ATCAD while Yin sleeps on the job.

10 comments:

Summer said...

My human would like to plant some honeysuckle out back. It's probably one of the few things she wouldn't wind up killing.

Mickey's Musings said...

Our flowers have gone to sleep for the Winter, so it is nice to see these flowers today.
You and Yin lok very cozy and comfy today too :)
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

Millie and Walter said...

How cool that you still have flowers blooming. Your daddy is very handy like ours is.

Eastside Cats said...

Sleeping on the job is what cats are SUPPOSED to do...at all times!

Deziz World said...

Ya'll look so sweet. Those are really purretty flowers. Ain't nuffin' 'round here bloomin'. MOL Big hugs

Luv ya'

Dezi and Raena

The Swiss Cats said...

That's so cool that you still have so many flowers ate the beginning of winter ! Your dad has been very busy. Purrs

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

You have great nap spots.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Nice flashback.

M. K. Clinton said...

I love your flowers! We would love to sleep on our Mom's desk but it is too tall for a couple of vertically challenged dogs. BOL!

MeezerMews&FrecklesWoofs said...

You made a pretty flower yourself, Scylla! It is nice to see all your flowers considering that ours are under a blanket of snow.