What are you looking at?! If your garden would look like mine, you would have the same expression, like me, indeed:
My human thinks it's an absoluet impertinence that there is still snow in her garden. I tried to explain to her that she is living in the Zürcher Oberland (Upland) and not Unterland (Lowland). Further on, I explained, that there are mountain finches flying around (I mean, as long as I don't catch them... I haven't been successful so far). So it may be that we are living at a hight where snow usually lies around until March... but it's hopeless with my tin opener. When she wants spring, she wants it immediately and now.
She says, she's fed up with that view. I don't know what she means.
It's a fine playground.
Well, I could do without this cold white stuff too.
And Mrs. Gwundergarten could tidy up the garden a bit, don't you think so?
Oh my god, now the old girl comes with that black box. She want to make pictures from flowerrrrrs... how boooooring is that?!
I tried to explain that I would make a much nicer photo sujet, but she only blustered at me, because while I was trying to make a selfie, I nearly trampled on this white flower. But who cares... sometimes one must accept a loss, for getting real beauty captured in a picture.
Als sie diese Blümchen gesehen hat, hat sie gejauchzt. Muss man nicht verstehen, oder? Sie hat gemeint, die schönsten Kombinationen mache halt eben doch die Natur... ehm, ja, nicht wirklich, denn ich fehle schliesslich auf dem Bild...
When she saw this flower, she beamed out of joy. One doesn't have to understand this, really! She said, that nature is doing the most beautiful combination ... ehm, nope, because I'm not on this photo... so real beauty is missing.
This she liked too. She said it's a forget me not... oh well, yes, don't forget me... I'm starving.
Yes, Mrs. Gwundergarten, the world knows meanwhile that snow damages everything in the garden, and that it looks ugly and so on... could you put this silly black box now aside and pay your attention to the real important things in life? Me.
Oh now, at long last she starts to understand... it really was time. So bye, bye, dear reader ... I have to watch out, that Mrs Tin Opener isn't distracted, so that she forgets to fill my feeding bowl. Have a nice weekend with lots of mice.
Euer Noah / Yours truly, Noah
P.S. Im Buechkafi gibt es Neues in Bezug auf Frau Gwundergartens Geschreibsel, schaut doch mal vorbei.