Monday, December 7, 2020

Oh Happy Day!

Hello Sunshine!

Hello blue sky!

Made for a lovely walk this morning.
When the spirit of nature touches us, our hearts turn into a butterfly.
(Mehmet Murat Ildan)
Today's trash is brought to you by Burger King.
Find a bag, fill a bag ... that's what I do when I'm picking up litter.
Too bad people don't know how to bag up their own trash and find a trashcan in the first place.

I always carry food because there's always hungry kitties to feed.

So thankful for good weather again after a week of storms.
Happy Monday!


Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Your bubbly post with little treasures along your path makes me happy!
What a joy for those kitties to get some food from a caring human being like you.
Oh, the trash, whenever we both walk or bike, it is aggravating to see more and more of it over the years. People don't seem to care anymore... others have to clean after them!

Betsy said...

Trash. Yuck. I was just talking to the groundskeeper here are the RV park when I was walking Chloe this morning. He was walking around picking up trash. Why can't people take care of their own trash? Who do they think is going to clean it up?
You are such a sweetheart to take such good care of the kitties. I see poultry too! Do you feed them?
I'm so glad you're blogging more. You've been missed.

Mereknits said...

It is so sad to me people do not reject the environment and put trash where it belongs. Bless your heart for doing it for them and for taking care of those cats. you are the best. Stay safe.

Lisa said...

Happy Monday! Glad you had sunshine on your walk. I will never understand why people leave trash. It really isn’t hard to put it in it’s proper place.

Cheryl said...

Tammy, I don’t know how I lost your blog, but I’m back on your subscriber list !

Susan said...

Wonderful photos, Tammy. You are such a thoughtful person.....always leaving the world a little better off. Hope you have a delightful week. Susan

Linda said...

Beautiful photos along your walk. :)

Happy@Home said...

You have beautifully illustrated that it doesn't take great effort or huge amounts of money to make the world a better place. Littering has always baffled me. Like you, I often pick up litter on my walks. I also like to pick up nails and screws I see along the (less busy) roads and parking lots. It's such a simple thing, but I hope it might save someone from a flat tire.

Angie said...

Tammy - the sunshine is always warmer after the storm!

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