Kittens, Frogs, and a little bit of Nature

I have so many pictures on my phone that I had every intention of sharing here on different posts and I legit just never get around to it! So with all intentions put up on a shelf for now, I’m just going to share all these pics at one time 🙂 Enjoy!

Our cat got her back leg cut open (I think from a jump gone wrong on our fence) and stiches and the vet bill were out of the question. So we fixed her up ourselves and she was such a great little patient. At least I know how much she trusts us now 🙂 She had her babies a couple of weeks ago now and they are growing so fast. The kids love kitty-sitting while mama goes out. They started off in my room and then I must have been interrupting too much because she decided that moving them to the boys room was a much better parenting decision LOL. Sure says a lot for what she thought of me 😉 No names yet but we will hopefully agree on some soon.

Jeremiah was (in this case not) a bullfrog
The simple “bear” necessities in life

The next storm pictures are from the Mervin area but I didn’t take them. My cousin took them and I stole them 🙂 But sssshhhh! Don’t tell her!

And I just have to throw in a few more from around Saskatchewan during the last week or so. We live in such an amazing province and it really is the Land Of The Living Skies. I feel very fortunate to call Saskatchewan my home.

Not my picture, this was more southern SK
Humbolt, SK
Turtleford, SK
Near Edam, SK

My husband works maintenance for the R.M. and one of the many jobs he has is ensuring the culverts are open so they can flow properly. I found this picture pretty cool in the fact that animals can always find a way or a place to make a home. These guys are no exception. They should really put a sign up though because the shock of having them all fly out at you at the same time and the noise they make inside a long culvert is quite astonishing LOL

Other than all this fun 😉 I have just been in survival mode…just trying to get through one day and then the next. Many family members have passed on in the last 2 months and I hope this most recent funeral will be the last for a while! Out of it came a beautiful opportunity for all of us cousins to share some much missed and needed time together. Yes, family. Why does it have to be so darned difficult at times? Love, patience will conquer all if we can sprinkle a good amount of forgiveness and laughter in there as well.

Hope you’re having a fantastic week and staying cool! We’ve been hit with another shot of heat here. I don’t like the hot (or the cold) lol.


By Angie

Hi! First off, thanks for popping in! I started this blog for a number of reasons and if you look through the posts you will see all sorts of randomness. I'm a mom of 3 living in a small village in Saskatchewan. We are a household that is on the go a lot with the nearest city an hour away. We love reading, going for walks, playing at as many parks as we can find and just hanging out.
I struggle with anxiety, depression, & ptsd but strive to find the positive in the every day ordinary moments and thank the good Lord for all the blessings I have :)
My Mental Health journey has recently reminded me of my love for all kinds of art, writing poetry being the first to reintroduce myself to. It's hard to open up and let those feelings flow after being buried so deep for so long.
I have a little bit of everything here so I won't take it personally if you don't like or connect to everything I write, but I do really appreciate you being here and sharing in this journey of me re-discovering my true self through words and thoughts that don't always make sense to anyone but myself :D

8 replies on “Kittens, Frogs, and a little bit of Nature”

Thanks Allan. Hope you’re at least getting enough rain. Things were so dry again this year here 😦 The scary part of any storm is if things are too dry then the fires start easier when the lightening strikes!

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I don’t know how everyone else felt but I’m really glad to have had the opportunity to see everyone together again. It really meant a lot to me. I’m also really glad that all the great-grandbabies were able to spend time together. Grandma and Grandpa would have just loved to see that. It would have been a highlight for them for sure.


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