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I saw this Kickstarter project yesterday and it made me so happy I wanted to share.
The opening headline says it all -
“Do you enjoy photos of cats dressed up as magical creatures? Do you use a calendar? Yes? Then we have something awesome for you.”
This calendar looks amazing and yes I plan on funding the project. The only question is how many do I want?
I am joining my fellow bloggers in a day of silence this Friday, March 18 to honor the victims of last week’s earthquake, tsunami and aftermath that continues to plague Japan right now.
ShelterBox were on the ground in Japan within less than 24 hours after the earthquake struck. Each box supplies an extended family of up to 10 people with a tent and lifesaving equipment to use while they are displaced or homeless.
It’s been up a few weeks, but I kept forgetting to take a shot of our new to-do list. This is the early spring or before working on the back patio list.
We’ve upgraded to a typed list this time. I love dating a teacher who keeps me on task!
I just brought Loki home from the vet and decided to take photos of the lovely plum blossoms out front instead of dealing with cat drama.
Poor Loki had a little stress condition we’ve been dealing with the last few weeks. Good news – the vet says he’s all better now.
Unfortunately, sweet little Pixel a little sensitive about the vet. So sensitive in fact, she can’t even smell it on her brother…
…or she hisses and growls like this.
You can imagine Loki’s confusion. Usually we find them cuddling like this. Wish I could explain “in cat” to Loki that she’ll get over it with time.
But until then, you can cut the tension in our house with a knife.
Ohhh the cat drama!!
My sister and her family stopped by on Sunday for a quick visit before heading to the city zoo. Teagan was in great spirits and I was amazed that she has grown so much since Christmas. She seems so much taller!
As soon as she arrived she noticed Pixel and got super excited.
“Kittt-teh,” she screamed pointing at the cat.
Pixel, on the other hand, was not amused and bolted to safer quarters. (I didn’t get a photo of her expression, but this should give you a good idea.)
Miss T looked high and low for Pixel, but the cat was just to quick for her.
I will say that Pixel has had some memorable experiences with the little humans. She has good reason to be weary.
Finally, after much searching, Teagan found Pixel under the coffee table.
Pixel, of course, bolted again and the process started all over.
At this age, they seem on a even playing ground. It will be interesting to see how this changes. I wanted to capture this moment because I know Teagan will continue to grow so fast.