Note: this post was originally shared as part of the Life List Club Blog Hop on Jenny Hansen’s awesome More Cowbell blog.
This is Katara.
Katara at approx 6 months old and full cuteness capacity.
She’s half chihuahua. We have no idea what the other half might be, though we’re pretty sure there’s at least a little alien in the mix.
She stands 8.5 inches high, is 12 inches around the deepest part of her chest and 23 inches long. About a quarter of that lenth is tail.
And yes, she is named after the female protagonist in Avatar: The Last Airbender. The animated series, not the movie.
Although she’s closer in size to a guinea pig than a full-grown doberman, she doesn’t let that stand in the way of taking care of her doggish duties. Guarding the property and house from burglars and meter readers. Terrifying birds that have the nerve to land on her grass. And keeping the cats in line. Continue reading
Short weeks always make me feel a little off-balance, like I’m coming in at the middle of a season of some tv show with a complex plot line and lots of back story and everybody else gets it while I’m just floundering and I need another coffee and I think I left the light on upstairs and…
Anyway, that’s my excuse for pulling this post together at the last-minute. So, here’s a little something to (hopefully) make you smile.
And to inspire you to ask that incredibly deep, probing question, the answer to which will surely change your life and rock the world… Continue reading
The following post is in honor of Piper Bayard’s début novel, Firelands. If you’ve read Piper’s and Holmes’ blog, you know that any book she writes is gonna be thrilling, funny, a little scary and, well, awesome. If you haven’t read their blog, go read it. Right now. And then go get the book…or Felinius Maximus will hunt you down.
You’ve been warned.
At my command, unleash hell!
Fast forward to tomorrow morning…
You wake up expecting the day to be like every other one. You’ll drag your butt out of bed, pry your eyelids open and stumble into the kitchen to throw some scalding coffee (or tea, matcha, whatever) down your gullet along with
leftovers donuts a nourishing breakfast. Continue reading
Categories: Parallel Tuesdays
Tags: Animal, apocalypse, cat, Dog, Elmo, entertainment, Firelands, in the heart of the labyrinth, just for fun, novel, parallel tuesday, parallel tuesdays, Pet, science fiction, Sonia G Medeiros, Writer