"Hi Amy, That large white kitty is Elvis. He is 7 months old and weights 10 lbs. we adopted him and his sister, (strays) Elvis is a flame tip Siamese and his sister a calico. They are both my constant craft companions."
"Thank you for the lovely postcard. I posted it to my page under the title...Alien or Bigfoot?! LOL. It’s really nice. I just received my Deco book back...Bird with a missing fry. Thanks for the funny potato art. It’s very cute.…"
Hello, your booziness! Thank you for the great tag/ bookmark! Although I don’t c elebrate Halloween—I’m a Jehovah’s Witness— I thought your mailart was great! Love it that you put the tiny glittering bead in the eye. I spend a LOT of time with birds, and the gleam in the eye is spot on.
I’m about to loose a dangerous little feather beastie to wax dangerous—showingme her beak and growling—in a little bit she will be snuggling against my neck and grooming my cheek. That’s what happens when a bird who hasn’t been snuggled and loved comes to live with you. Took two years for him to step up on my arm. Now she “grums” ( my kids’ word for the way parrots grind their beaks when they’re happy and thinks I am the bees’ knees. We are happy! Love goes a long way. Thank you, Barb
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