“A myth doesn’t have to be real to be true.”
26 Dec 2008 3 Comments
in Midwest Living, Sugar & Spice
Happy Holidays to you!
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Dec 26, 2008 @ 03:30:53
Thanks! Happy Holidays to you, too. Is that the Wicker Man in photo number three? And I can never get enough cat photos…..
Dec 26, 2008 @ 18:11:37
Indeed it is! I like to tell the kids festive pagan tales and use quaint illustrations. I love that movie- all versions. The Cat is our #3 cat – the youngests cat in our family – Princess Luna Pumpkin Pie who is three years old and a Purebred Scottish Fold (her ears did not fold however, just crinkled in the middle) these cats are the champion rat catchers in GB and here and man are they ever – she will take down anything rodent without fear or thought, fearless and a terror, kitty has an addiction to candy canes and loves milk in a saucer. She is quite lovely and the tiniest cat I have ever seen… but the meanest thing ever.
We love her.
Dec 31, 2008 @ 10:32:53
Great shots… Love your blog and thanks for the beautiful comment on mine… Yes, Andrew Jackson needed to be strung up like Jeremiah Johnson… The Native Americans are a beautiful race of people…..inside and out. I can’t even watch documentaries or films about that period in our history… Too depressing.
Happy New Year to you too and all the best. Thanks for your support
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