Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
G' morning Vicki,The cat really does seem to be in the Garbo mood.( I want to be left alone).Are you practicing Lamaze? Breathe in slowly, exhale slowly ?Sending good vibes to you........
Now, this cat reminds me of a cat I once had, whose name for good reason was Madame Grizzleface the Dragon Lady. Beautiful.
Love the pix. Saw the first one and immediately laughed out loud. Thanks. Have had a bad day with busted pipes...I needed the laugh.:-)
Susan, Bummer! I have vessels filled with water and am keeping up with the laundry and dishes in fear of having our water freeze -- as it has done many and many a time. At the moment though . . . (banging head on wood)Auntie Knickers, He was originally named Edmund Silvershanks because when he was tiny, his front legs were silver frosted. Now he's just Eddie. Love MG the DL for a name!Carol, Pant, blow, pant, blow, . .
Do we need to brang some food up to Marshall county? Maybe some fried chicken and tater salad to keep you going? My daughter just told me she's never had chocolate mayonnaise cake, so I may have to make one of those for her soon. How're the roads? :>)
Vicki, I love the pics of what must be a vampire kitty. Such beautiful color hidden in the coat and the jet black nose. I love my 2 cats and they so come in handy when it's cold.
Byron, Much as I love the idea of food delivered so that the artist can work untrammeled by mundane cares, I have to say that our road is awful just now -- chains on the jeep to get all the way to our house. I'll just fantasize about chocolate mayonnaise cake . . .Helen, Eddie has appointed himself official foot warmer on our bed at night -- and it's much appreciated. He does have lovely fangs, doesn't he?
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