Hey, honey bee, today is our national holiday, you don't have to work...
... okay, that I didn't need to tell the bee twice.
To stand in the best of light...
we all have made ourselves chic.
Every petal has been cleaned...
so that everything shines and looks clean.
The food is ready too... shriiiiiek....
... and I have to admit that not every back is a delight to look at.
Für Blümchen zur Feier des Tages ist gesorgt.
It is also cared for lovely flower decoration for the party.
We wear our best clothes.
Ups, I just found out, that not everything has been cleaned properly, there are still some cobwebs over the agapanthus.
But the guest can arrive anyway... see how they look forward to it. Can you hear the little butterfly? Yeaaaaaah!
Nun gut, werde ich also unseren Kater heute Nacht wieder ins Haus nehmen, wo er sich im Keller hinter der Heizung verstecken kann und warten bis der ganze Spuk vorbei ist.
And this belongs too to our national holiday: a Servelat fried at the open fire. Mjammmmm, I'm really looking forward to it. But I really don't look forward to all that firework that will be blown into the air that night. I can't understand why today everybody needs its own firework. Gone are the times from the Alpine fires, the lantern and the Bengali matches (well, I have to admit that I even was afraid of them when I was a child *LoL*). No today the fireworks has to be loud and bombastic. It doesn't matter who has to suffer under it... and I don't think at pets only but at all the wild animals. And I don't even mention the environmental protection, which seems to be no problem at all at that day. Accidents? Who is talking about accidents? That's the kick that seems to bee needed. How long must this nonsense go on until good sense comes up again? And must it end in another law that only allows to blow fireworks on special places where firemen and Ambulance is ready? I don't know. But what I know is that I have to catch my cat Noah at the right time to bring him inside the house where he can hide himself in the cellar behind the heater. And then we wait until this spook is over again once more.
And this I'd like to show you too: my second try with the Bath & WC Sign. This one I like better than the first try.
My dear, I thank you all for taking interest in this blog and leaving always such lovely comments. I'm happy about all of them. I wish you all a wonderful delighted summer evening.
En liebe Gruess / Take care