Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Hmmmmmm... they look a tad guilty to me. Wonder why that is?
Oh sure...if they were here in California. We just had a series of four; that's about three too many in such a short period of time! At least they have their 'duck and cover' to keep safe perfected in case you all ever do have another one (or has there ever been an earthquake in NC? I can't remember).
think they heard that on the news about california? smiles....check for finger prints....and paw prints....smiles..
I think they are pretty smart, at least until you catch on to them :)Sam
In my house, the cats would just be waiting till I wasn't looking to attack the wild orchid threat again...no guilt in their bones!
Victoria, there HAVE been a few small earthquakes recorded here -- none that I've ever felt. But the cats tell me they have superior sensory apparatus and THEY felt this one... I don't know -- the effects were confined to the one orchid.
Joan swore she felt one last night right around 9:15 pm last night here in North San Diego County. I did not.
Oh my that is funny. They do have guilt for a short while anyway.
No guilt, Larry. They were just taking precautions.
You know they never lie, don't you?
Ha, that has made me laugh. How cute they are - and smart too I think.
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