Dani's wearing yet another one of Domino's frocks.
This one is three-ruffled layers of peachy tones with a coordinating bodice. Dani simply radiates summer!
As she sniffs the scented air, you will notice that the dress has peach-coloured flowers at the neck, too, and she is wearing a silver-and-peach pearly brooch on her collar which transforms it into a very pretty choker.
Dani's been modelling quite a bit lately so she's getting a bit "ANTSY".
"Ants, did yoo say ants?" asks Dani.
"Ware are dey? Lemme at 'em!" says she as she wriggles out of her dress.
(You will note that her left shoulder is already frock-free in this pic.)
"Aha! I is fwee -- fwee at last! But ware's lunch?"
Dani stopped by to give homage to Dylan's rock which is featured prominently in the front of the garden bed. This is the rock which was given to us by the mobile veterinarians who came to our house to assist Dylan in passing on peacefully. It was such a thoughtful touch.
"I loved my brofur Dylan even doe I didn't know him fur very long."
"Dis is how I keeps in touch" says Dani.
"I'll always looks up to you, Dylan -- furever an' ever."
Dani's dressed up in "Flappurr" style from the 1920's.
Her purrple multi-tiered tulle dress, long double-row of beaded pearls and feathered fascinator are all reminiscent of the "Flappurr" era. She has also chosen a vintage beaded bag from the same time period in gold trim with mauve pattern. On her toe is a gold ring with purrple tourmaline at its center.
You may notice that there is a flappurr of a different feather coming into the picture. The hummingbird is the ultimate flappurr having the ability to beat it's wings up to 80 times per second!
This little hummingbird zips by Dani at such a speed that she is barely able to keep track of the tiny thing until it alights atop her purrse.
In a flash the hummingbird seemingly disappears. Dani hasn't noticed that the wee one has landed on her head, or more accurately, on her hat.
"Ware did she go? Ware did she go?" wonders Dani aloud.
The hummingbird is on a mission to retrieve the feathers that were obviously stolen from some of her closest friends and relatives. So she fastened her little feet to the base of the hat and flew off with it before Dani knew what happened!
"After all, how can a flappurr flap without any feathers?" asks the hummingbird.