Wordless Wednesday #BadKitty
…I realize my most honorable accomplishment
was is being a mother.
P.S. HaPpY BiRthDay Baby Girl.
I just wanted to say indubitably. 😉
For more minimalist bits of photography go here.
Inspired by fellow bloggers and Michelle’s photo challenge “dreamy” over at The Daily Post.
Okay kids National Poetry Month has the weekend off.
Please keep your ye-haws to a dull roar. Thank you, that’s better.
For extra credit write a poem inspired by a photograph. If you’re like me and don’t give a hoot about extra credit write one for the hell of it. 😉
Now go enjoy your weekend.
According to The Humane Society feral cats are the offspring of lost or abandoned cats.
In more populated areas that apparently causes a problem but around here we like `em wild.
Prompted by the Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Abandoned
Prompted by this weeks photo challenge: Threes
Now grab a paperclip and get attached. 😉
You are hereby lawfully subjected to more photos of Mia the Pocket Puppy, aka my current obsession object of affection. The versatile pocket puppy (suitable for all ages) can also be used as a sock puppy. Unlike a sock puppet Mia can speak for herself. AND [this is the fun part] she eats, cries, bites, pees, poops and barks just like a real puppy.
Prompted by the weekly photo challenge: Object
“The photo challenge this week is juxtaposition. To juxtapose… as in placing two or more things side by side but for creative reasons let’s really look for contrast.” That’s all I said…
See what happens when you ask for input in my house? You get puppies nestled in pockets, a monkey riding a bobcat and me hiding behind a bunch of balloons. Oh, I tossed in the photo of the bee but it’s an old shot. We’ll consider that juxtaposed to the new.