Henry. Henry. Henry.
That silly puss! I awakened from my early afternoon nap and, in a jolt of jubilation, discovered that a virtual bouquet was resting on my hospital table.
Today is a gusty and balmy 78 °F. Yet my skepticism, if not reason, sought proof that Spring was indeed in the Green Room waiting for its fifteen minutes.
Our host suggested otherwise but it was alas time for good tidings of gardens.
Tightly bound buds. Easing effulgent blooms. Proud firm stems. Oh. Those floral town criers!
Henry sent me flowers. I can now see for myself.
You, gentle reader and Ye of Green Thumbs, may scoff at a puss’s folly of such a curated image.
But Henry curls up in a cock of feline righteousness. Whiskers permitting, he’d surely feign a grin.
Correspondence and greetings of all types are now all but fully replaced by the phenomenon that offers E-cards.
I’d share other tidbits of this new web-world, but I am late and need to redirect.
Forgive me. It’s time for Henry and me to Skype. He’ll soon settle in for another viewing of Sunday’s Downton Abbey.
Courtesies of the Ladies Crawley, Doodle is now painfully aware of etiquette.
(Images: “Lilies” by Irma Stern, 1944.)