Always be prepared to start your day. Looking at Mr. Bowie on a sunny morning is half the victory. Good morning everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful day.

“In order to win you must be prepared to lose sometime. And leave one or two cards showing.” – Van Morrison

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    • Well, we had a fantastic day today, my friends. Thank you!
      Mr. Bowie says “Meow!”, before he’s falling asleep…

  1. Van Morrison, On Raglan Road… you reminded me, I love this song so much from him. Thank you lovely Mr. Bowie, you are a lucky one, Blessing and Happiness, love, nia

  2. Maar da`s toch ni vandaag getrokken he? Ofwel moeten we dringend naar daar komen want hier is er geen zonneke te zien… Maar toch een fijne dag voor jullie xx

  3. Awww, Mr. B is looking quite dapper today. ❀
    Bowie's warm silhouette highlighting his left side is quite stunning!
    Very nice shot Herman, big hugs all-around!

    • Oh my goodness…!! Blueberries… love them. I’m eating 10-15 blueberries each day (to keep the doctor away). And now I want a blueberry-oat scone, please…

    • Oh yes, well, it’s Mr. Bowie after all!
      Sending hugs to my furry friends! Mr. Bowie says “Meow!”

  4. Looks like he’s ready to do the security check for anyone who comes by… can you open your bag please… any tuna in there?

    • Ha ha ha…!! Well, that’s the way I do security checks if I’m having friends visiting me… can you open your bag please… any chocolate in there?

  5. Nice to start the day with a song in my heart and Van Morrison is great morning music. That’s a great perch to view your kingdom from Mr Bowie πŸ˜€ Carpe Diem!

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