Sunday, December 21, 2008

Happy Solstice



We are the luckiest of cats as we were sent a picture from Elora of a gingercat to say Happy Solstice. And because we are kind we are sharing it with everyone, so here on the darkest of long nights is a suncat to brighten the night and bring on the new year.

10 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Happy Solstice indeed.
I had not remembered until at least noon why Decemeber 21st echoed in a mysterious way.
Snow and ice, and now in late afternoon bright sunshine echoing off tall windows.
Yes, the two legs are getting all of a twitter and out of shape..........

Sharon said...

Elora, that is such a wonderful Ginger cat drawing. I love it. :)

Annie said...

Beautiful cat, just like all of your cats, the dogs are beautiful too :-).
I am new here and I love your pictures and stories. I will be coming back.

Morning's Minion said...

Do the cats get a tasty treat for their solstice celebration? Surely if the trolls must be placated with pies [mince or fruit?] the darlings merit something very special indeed!
The spoiled felines here had bits of smoked turkey with their "tea."

The Good Life in Virginia said...

how lucky you ginger darlings are...what a beautiful sun cat.
thanks for sharing with us ^..^
the cold wind is whipping against our house tonight and it is very cold out...brr

Griffin said...

A wonderful picture and such a lovely cat too. Elora is also a beautiful name. Methinks she may be an illustrator herself before too long.

Happy Solstice to all the cats, dogs and indeed illustrators everywhere, but especially in a certain warm home in Pembrokeshire.

Cat with a garden said...

That is one sunny cat - Thank you for sharing it! A very Merry Christmas to you!
Siena & Chilli

Fiona Robyn said...

I agree - what a sunny cat! Happy holidays to you too.

Goldie, Shade and Banshee said...

That warms the heart for sure!

Have a magical Christmas, Gingers.

Purrs Goldie, Shade and Banshee

BumbleVee said...

Happy Solstice and Happy Christmas to the lovely "gingers" and all their two and four legged friends ...