Meow Monday

Monday, March 18, 2019

Meow Monday - pictures of cute cats to start the week!


Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great St. Paddy's Day! We spent the day watching golf and SEC basketball. I can't wait for March Madness to begin this week! My Auburn Tigers will be in the NCAA tournament for the first time in YEARS!

We went out of town for a few days this past week. The cats were SO excited when we got home! We were too! We miss these little guys when we are gone. I have a friend that comes over to check on them while we are gone. She even lets them out for a little porch time.


What's For Dinner? {Weekly Meal Plan}

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Weekly Menu food picture collage

Happy St. Paddy's Day!!! I hope everyone is wearing some green in celebration of the holiday!
It's time to start planning the week ahead. I've got you covered for dinner. I'm sharing a quick and easy main dish and side for every single night of the week. I even included a dessert for the week. 

There are so many favorites on the menu this week! Monday is one of the very first recipes I ever make. SO good! Thursday is another classic recipe. I haven't made it in forever. I am really looking forward to having it again. It is SO good.

I hope you enjoy any of the recipes you try this week!!!




Cats of Greece

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Cats in Greece

Cats of Greece - cats are commonplace in Greece. They are well taken care of by the community and very friendly. You can even pet them if you wish! Here are some of the cats we found in Poros, Epidavros, Náfplio, and Hydra. 

Cats of Greece - cats are commonplace in Greece. They are well taken care of by the community and very friendly. You can even pet them if you wish! Here are some of the cats we found in Poros, Epidavros, Náfplio, and Hydra. #cats #travel #greece #europe

I had always heard there were lots of cats roaming around in Greece. I found this to be true on my recent trip. I didn't see a lot of cats in the city of Athens, but I saw tons of cats on the islands. Hydra had the most. They even had cute cat signs up around the city.

Most of the cats in Greece are very friendly despite being feral. The community takes care of the cats. They feed them and work on getting them spayed and neutered. I noticed lots of cats with clipped ears - the universal sign they have been fixed.

You can pet the cats in Greece. I just made sure to Purell my hands afterward! The cats are very common in outdoor dining areas. They are very hopeful you will give them some food! I did every single time. I am a sucker for a sweet kitty Cat!!

Keep reading to see some of my favorite pictures of the cats we saw in Greece. The people in my tour group thought I was crazy. One guy even told me so! (Really nice guy! LOL!) I didn't care. I love cats and am excited to share them with you today!



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