Monday, May 26, 2014

OUR WORLD - Opportunism


Leave a bucket of opportunity standing on the floor
for even a minute and . . .


what on Earth is my big sister doing up there,
I wonder . . .


seems to be enough for two
even if you have to stretch


The moral of this story is:

Never leave a bucket of milk for the calf unattended.

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41 comments:

  1. Oh that's SO cute, Arija! You know how I love cats and this post is adorable. Have a great day. Blessings Jo

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  2. Oh, adorable indeed!! I love it!! Thanks for a big smile and a giggle for the weekend!!

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  3. Arija, So cute! Adorable kitties!

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  4. Sweet photos and sweet kitties !

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  5. No, no, no. You should ALWAYS put a bucket of opportunity down for the cats.
    What a gorgeous scene - thank you.

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  6. Oh, that little pot bellied guy looks just like my Tiger did when little. Thanks for my smile today.

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  7. Wonderful sequence of shots.

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  8. Cute! The little ones catch on fast.

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  9. That's just too cute. I'd have joined them.

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  10. I love it! Lucky kitties too:)

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  11. A great series of photos - I hope there was still enough left for the calf! Many years ago (!!!) I remember visiting friends and watching while they hand milked some cows and also squirted milk into the cat that sat waiting with its mouth open!

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  12. OMG; How adorable; I wish I could have a lovely kitties♡♡♡

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  13. Splendid! Never get between a cat and a bucket of milk!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  14. You can't blame them, the milk looks very inviting, and to the top!

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  15. Delightful, brings back memories of my childhood with our house cow and cats.

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  16. How cute the little one is!!!
    Loveley pictures, i like them!
    Thanks for beeing on my blog & leaving words ... Frauke

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  17. Oh my God, these are the most adorable shots. If I see a bucket of opportunity, I would go for it myself. Thank you for putting a smile on my face this morning:)

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  18. Oh my God, these are the most adorable shots. If I see a bucket of opportunity, I would go for it myself. Thank you for putting a smile on my face this morning:)

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  19. This is so cute ! Fantastic photos of this little story.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  20. Love it!! Boom, Bobbi, and Gary.

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  21. Those are the sweetest pictures ever! I imagine the girls left enough for the calf too; they couldn't reach the bottom of the bucket!

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  22. Here grains (including stalk) are often harvested before ripened for feed for the farm animals.

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  23. Oh how sweet... and wow, that's a lot of milk!

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  24. Wonderful scene, there was the temptation was too great.

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  25. so adorable!
    do you make cheese?

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  26. hello,
    Thank you for telling me about the young calf.
    do you happen to have the recipe or can you get it, for the most incredible liqueur ever?!!! ;-)

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  27. ohhh, wish that they had shared their recipes with you and maybe me ;-) what a shame. Still grand that you got to try their drinks and food! Sounds divine!

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  28. Well to begin with, too cute, just adorable. Then another thing, the markings on those kit-cats are really wild and beautiful, love them. Have you given names out ;) Hugs Arija~

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  29. all that milk, a feast for the cats.

    How are you? I haven't visited you for a long time, and trust you are well.

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  30. Oh dear! Very cute and cheeky!

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  31. Oh Arija, was für niedliche und freche Katzen :)

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