Friday, December 17, 2010

Holly



Would you believe that I drew a complete blank for a post today? Because I couldn't think of anything witty or innnnnnnnnnnnteresting (imagine Bugs Bunny doing his impersonation of a hairdresser) to write about, I shall instead send you into the weekend with a picture of the cat that chooses to call me its caretaker.

17 comments:

  1. I just went to my google reader to find 2 blogs that I follow with the title Holly. Weird! Must be the time of the year.

    Cute cat.

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  2. Holly is such a beautiful kitty.

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  3. Looks like Mr. Cat is working a bit of a Hitler stash on his upper lip.

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  4. Least you took the high road with your bloggers block. I resorted to posting about my chapped ass.

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  5. Joe: Definitely weird. Perhaps great minds think alike. :D

    Lynn: Thanks. She's a bit strange, so she fits in perfectly with her caretaker.

    Charles: Never really noticed it like that before but you could be right.

    Travis: Wait until you see Monday's post, when I go into excruciating detail about my blogger's block.

    However, yours was incredibly hilarious this morning.

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  6. Awwwwww! What a sweet kitty! Oddly enough, one of my blog buddies also had a picture of cats on his blog, and I am about to write about cats on mine.

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  7. Holly is sooooo cute! I love that smudge on her face - just adds even more charm, G!

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  8. "Jolly Holly" is my standard holiday greeting, btw! Holly is not only a Xmas plant, but a sweet looking kitty too!
    See, that's what I often do- Upload a pic into the post window, then see what comes out the keypad by itself! Come to think of it, I just did that!

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  9. 13/13: Thanks. She is a great stress reducer as well.

    Talon: Thanks. She is a charmer at that, although sometimes I do have to discipline her when she decides to pick on my mother's dog.

    Snaggle: Very kewl. I don't have a standard holiday greeting, but I do have a tendency to call her "Furrball" whenever my brain shuts down from a whacked out day.

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  10. worry not, your mind shall return with thoughts of wonder and magnificence.

    Sooner if you trade n the cat for a dog... :-)

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  11. Darth: I would think that if I traded the cat for a dog, it would take that much longer to rebound. :D

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  12. hehe the furballs are always a good backup plan. Cutie!

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  13. Jeanne: Yes, the furrballs are always a good backup plan. Problem is that I only have one furrball and only four shots of said furrball.

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  14. T. Erwin's comment gave me a good chuckle.

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  15. David: I think it gave everyone a chuckle. Especially if you read the post to which he was referring to.

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  16. Thanks. She definitely is at that.

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