Thursday, May 15, 2008
Sun on the belly, ah. Although he wakes us up around four a.m. each morning, he is quite ready to go back to sleep right around the time we either head into town to work, or finish breakfast, depending on what day of the week it is. I particularly like this photo - please note the fangs barely showing:
He can sleep like this for most of the day, occasionally opening an eye or two to supervise any projects happening in the same room. Watering the plants, say, or having lunch. Here comes the shade - time to move my cushion over:
I can't believe I'm putting pictures of the cat on my blog. Well, it's been a slow week. I've got nothing else. Besides, just look at him. A dear. I do love him so. Even at four a.m., hard as that might be to believe. (Ok, sometimes I do quietly threaten to return him to the cat store, but only if he scratches me on the top of the head before four a.m., in an attempt to wake me up. Which always works.)
A great cat photo from an artist whose work I admire and covet:
Look at the post for May 26.
I was very interested in books, now I am very interested in painting. An evolution of sorts.
What is Hodge doing today, I am wondering. Bet he is happy to have his mommy back. He is very photogenic.
Congratulations on the fine turnout and beautiful show on campus. So proud and happy for you.
I hear Robert Frost poetry when I look at and think about your work.
Talk with you soon,xox, mil