Friday, April 12, 2024

Nature Friday

 We are joining Rosy and Sunny this week for Nature Friday~~

We still have Daffy's blooming~

Our pretty pink Hyacinth from our garden opened!
Landlord Bob's Quince came into bloom and what a beautiful color!
Once again, the stoopid robins decided to build a nest in our Rhododendron.  Mom doesn't even want to watch their progress because we already know what's going to happen.    Why do the robins choose such a dumb spot?!
We spoke too soon on Wednesday about me not having any more reactions to my Anipryl.    I had another reaction and this one happened right before I was to go outside for my morning business.   Mom had me in my harness and was trying her best to keep up with my stumbling and disorientation on the stairs and outside in the yard and she did a great job.  She was able to keep both of us upright and safe but she's decided from now on - we do morning business BEFORE I eat my breakfast, just in case!  What she can't understand is how did the reaction hit me within five minutes of swallowing the Anipryl tablet?
Happy Friday, everybuddy!

Love ya lots♥


  1. Molly, your flowers are lovely as ever. The quince is a truly gorgeous colour. But Gail and I are concerned to read about this latest drug reaction and have paws and fingers crossed that it does not recur.

  2. We hope you don't have more trouble with your medicine. At our house we always walk and eat later like 2-3 hours after we get up. It might be hard to change your routine, though.

  3. Lovely quince flowers and we are just imagining the scent form your hyacinths. Sorry to read that your medicine has such devastating side effects.

  4. Happy Nature Friday my sweet Molly and Mom. I'm very thankful Mom kept you both from stumbling.
    Sending purrs for a better day today the frilly Daffies are gorgeous.
    Love you Lots

  5. Paws are still crossed here for both of your girls for working out the med issues -
    Thanks for sharing the blooms! Mom ripped down the tulips in the back for they appear to not have any blooms left in them -
    But the front yard's irises and lilies are getting ready to take off -
    And we've added a lavender to our Mad Radish order for this box!

    Robins often made a nest in TADN's Rhododendron as well as the christmas wreath they hadn't taken down as they left it just in case they wanted to use it

    Willow & Phyll

  6. Just caught up on the last few posts, do hope the new meds can begin to work, without side effects, knowing how important it is for Molly, so keeping paws together. I, too, have issues with the power-strips and June's desire to "play" with them. They are now well hidden behind furniture, with some decorative storage boxes (filled with heavy rocks!!!) placed in front of them; so far that seems to be working, as she can't move those boxes to get at the power strips. And it "looks" fairly decent! Stay well, friends, love you both.

  7. Maybe that pill didn't go down the way it should have sweet Molly. That's pretty quick to have had a reaction to the pill. Hugs sweet girl.

  8. Java Bean: "Ayyy, those robins are such bird brains!"
    Charlee: *groans*
    Java Bean: "Get it? Bird brains? Get it?"
    Charlee: "We ALWAYS get it, Bean."
    Chaplin: "I'm in favor of birds building nests in stupid spots. Easier to spy on them."
    Lulu: "We're sorry to hear you had another reaction, Molly. We send lots of tail wags that there's no more of it."
    Oona: "And Oona and the other cats send lots of purrs!"

  9. You sure have lots of beautiful flowers around you, Molly. We have our paws crossed that you get used to your new meds and don't have any more bad reactions.

  10. Wow!! What beautimous flowers Molly! We especially like the daffies!
    We are also very sorry you had another reaction to your new meds....and send POTP in hopes the reactions stop.
    Rosy & Sunny

  11. Hari OM
    even more annoying is that you don't react every time to the dose... it makes sorting it out that bit harder. I send my continued POTP your way, Molly dear (with little for mum, who needs strength!) Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx (who, BTW, also loved all the lovely flowers!)

  12. Hope things are going well, Molly. You are loved so much. Thank you for the lovely flowers. I love the quince.

  13. I am sorry you had a setback You do have the loveliest flowers.

  14. The flowers are awesome, Molly. We had some pretty lavender hyacinths, but the weather was so up and down that they didn't last long. Mom also noticed they didn't seem to smell much either, and they do give off a lovely scent.

    We hope the medication has settled in by now. And more importantly that it is working for you

    Woos - Misty and Timber

  15. Molly Sweetie, sorry to hear about the side effect to your drug. I hope it's the only one side effect you have to cope with. I think Mom is able to cope and help you adjust, bless her. Your gorgeous blooms are cheering you on, so are we! You are doing great, Molly and mom. Keep going!💗🌸

    I’m so envious of you having Robins nesting at your place, but I have a hunch they won't do well?

  16. We are so sorry to read that it is being hard to find you the right medications to help. We are sending you all the POTP and the cheerfulness of the spring plants you shared with us. Lee and Phod