|There were no eggs in the native violets|
|Lynettea looked up at the quince tree. She said, 'Maybe the Easter Bilby thought we already had eggs, Sasha.'|
But I thought to myself how could the quinces be mistaken for eggs?
|Then we looked in the flowers. My petunias in one container are being overtaken by tomatoes, but there were no eggs.|
|At first I thought these might have been strange looking eggs. But no, they are shallots. Lynettea pulled up one to cook for her dinner.|
|I looked up towards the grapevine, but couldn't see any eggs there. Or any nests either. The leaves are turning yellow because it is autumn.|
|After that I had a good game with some of my toys and the ping pong ball. I hope all kitties had an enjoyable Easter celebration.|