I suppose besides standing for Pirouette (the Cat) P can also stand for pingback. This is my late in the game submission to the April A to Z Blog Challenge.
Looking Within To look within is no easy task. What is the point? One may fairly ask. To know thyself and to thyself be true, And to give unto God that which is due.
For this Weekly Prompts challenge, I have two presentations. One is of me and my youngster cat, Pirouette and two, a snapshot of a portion of my hat collection. I am particularly fond of the classic fedora. With daily practice, little Miss Pirouette has mastered the art of jumping onto my shoulder. She can accomplishContinue reading “Saturday Challenge: Hats”
Without even trying, Queen Pirouette exerted great influence on the fashions of the women of her day. It was only natural given the combination of creativity and personal magnetism wedded to real political power that she represented. For informal occasions, she preferred to wear white gowns with black accents in the form of onyx jewels,Continue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Cinch”
This is a tough one. I simply must share these selfies of me with Pirouette. Pirouette can leap onto my shoulder from substantial distances at this point and she never scratches me, not even a little! She’s an amazing girl. Any shopping done at my home will of course involve Pirouette. Thank you, Cee forContinue reading “Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy Challenge: Shop Your Home”
Maxwell surveys his domain; that is, the backyard. Inside he is primus inter pares with three other cats, but outside he rules. Even our fox cuts him a wide birth. (Forgive the nautical analogy, but I do live on the Chesapeake Bay!) Thursday Doors A visit to the local mall affords an opportunity for the Thursday DoorContinue reading “Thursday Doors: February 27, 2020”
One of the greatest things about summer for me is the insects, of course. I love them. They are an example of evolution that went in a direction completely at odds with other animals. They don’t have skeletons. They have armor. They have compound eyes. They sport six legs, as opposed to the standard fourContinue reading “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Summer Scenes”
Waiting in line at the bank was bad enough, but when he saw from the reflection in the glass of the teller’s window, he could that the woman behind him the queue was trying to look over his shoulder. This immediately jettisoned the poor man into a grumpy mood.