I did a recount of Sox's kittens tonight and got a better look inside that flat box. She has six kittens! They knot up together and it's very difficult to see inside, but I counted six little heads! Four are gray like her, one is brownish in color and then there's the black one. More charcoal gray, really. They are so sweet! Can't wait to get my hands on them. I don't have much experience with cats having kittens. Does anyone know how long before they open their eyes? Before they can stand?
Tonight's photograph is a pathway we walk down each day with the dogs -- behind the house and leading into the fields. We give the dogs their run several times each day, at least in nice weather. I love this, and all pathways -- something you travel along and are surprised at what may be around the next turn. Of course, we know what's next along this pathway because we've traveled it a zillion times. But....you know what I mean. Other pathways, entering the unknown can be exciting, and revealing.
I love the sun setting just in the right spot. The trees on the right are cedar, and the foliage on the left is wild honeysuckle growing on an old rusted fence that my daddy built years and years ago. Speaking of honeysuckle, it will be blooming in another month or so (maybe earlier, since it's an "early" spring). It smells heavenly! One of the very best fragrant plants. The scent intensifies after dark and you can smell it a great distance away. There also is privet hedge bushes mixed in with the honeysuckle.
Tomorrow's Friday! Yeah! Casual Friday and I'll be in my jeans in the office!