I live in a madhouse...
Welcome to my desk, where I was trying to get some writing done. I've been working on a bee book for kids. I think I'm nearly at a first draft, but I am still not sure of what format this is all going to take. Workin' on it! The cats do not help. I wonder what Julius is saying?
That black and white pic in the back is me and our English Setter Gina, around 1970 when I was 6. I really loved that dog! And my friend Judy got me that great bee mug when she was visiting the Czech Republic.
And Alex got a gift pack from the OSPCA for being a finalist in the iAdopt contest!
Here he is, checking it out while Emily looks disgusted that I have disturbed her nap.
I think Alex has the most beautiful green eyes.
And here's TAG-TEAM TROUBLE...
Louise, who is a complete hellion (I'm sure she is related to Audrey over at Just Cats) is infecting old Julius with her evil ways. They were "helping" Gordon bake a lemony dessert the other night!
"What? No, of course I wasn't licking batter out of that bowl!"
"Please. My sheep friend and I are having a moment. Can't you leave us alone?"
And the other night, Tristan was very tired after a long hard day of being a dog...
Sweet old boy. He's still doing very well after having his spleen and a six-pound hemangiosarcoma removed from his belly this past summer. We all take life one day at a time.
And if you want to help our local OSPCA shelter (from whence came Alex AND Louise), please spread the word about Gordon's fundraising Twitter campaign. Two follows (@gsclawfirm and @ospcasdg) is all it takes to earn a $1 donation for the shelter (out of Gordon's pocket), up to $5000, which is our lofty goal for January 31st. Rather than spend funds on advertising, Gordon does a fundraising thing like this for our OSPCA shelter in Cornwall every year.
Spread the word! :)
Have a great day that hopefully doesn't involve kittens breaking your favourite pottery candle holder! ;)