Saturday, July 16, 2011

A Sweet Cat, A Rainbow, A Blueberry Cake and Some Blueberry Muffins, and a Pretty Flower

If you follow my blog, you know I have three Maine Coon Cats. Each cat is unique and adorable. Dasher, who is the alpha male, is extremely intelligent and takes charge of the other two. Snowball, who is my middle cat, is really Dasher's half-brother (they share the same father but have a different mother). Snowball is sweet, but a little aloof. Then I have Jessie Rose. She is the female of the group, and is a sweet, sweet cat. She is shy and loves to eat and be babied.

This is Jessie Rose. She loves her treats and waits patiently to get them. She will turn a circle when she asks for treats.

We had a double rainbow the other night. I was only able to get a picture of the main rainbow; the other faded quickly. I love rainbows; their color and magic lets us know that God is in His Heaven.

I love rainbows. They are so beautiful. They always remind me of my childhood.

I got ten pounds of blueberries; some I froze, and with the others, I made a cake and some great muffins.

This is a blueberry cake. I love this cake. It is so good. I found the recipe from the blueberry farm where my husband bought the blueberries.

These are my blueberry muffins. They are so good. I keep making them and expect my family to eat them.

This is one of my perennials outside of my kitchen door. I have blue and white flowers. I love how the sun makes a shadow of the flower.


  1. Those blueberry muffins look mighty good! And re your previous post, we're eating baby squash every day.

  2. Your cat is adorable! What a sweetie pie. We all miss our beloved Ginger June, who waits for us at the Rainbow Bridge. What a great cat she was. LOVE all the bluberry things you've made. I need to pick some up next time I'm at the grocery store--Yumm.

  3. My Mom used to drag me blueberry and strawberry picking every Summer. She knew she could trust me because I don't like berries and wouldn't eat them. What a miserable activity for a kid! I gained real respect for migrant farm workers!