Thursday, November 13, 2008

cleanliness / preparedness


Every time kodi is looking cute - like picture perfect cute - I go to get the camera and by the time I put the camera up to my eye she starts cleaning herself - every time it seems. How dirty can she be? It's hard to get a really good photo of her - her head is always blurry. Taylor hates it when kodi cleans between her toes and bites and pulls at her nails. It's like she's trying to trim them herself. I could help her with this. I really want to get her declawed. Is that bad of me? She's put some pretty bad scratches in my leather chair. / had to take and send this quickly! i have an art history quiz tomorrow.

8 comments:

ELK said...

TESTING..... for you both!!

Betsy said...

Hi...thanks to the one of you who visited my blog! I have a Taylor..my oldest son. :)

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

Same with my kitties....although, as soon as they see my camera they just look away! They are hard to capture, which may be a good thing or else I would take photos of them non-stop :o) Have you ever owned a cat that you had declawed before?! I did when I was about 16.....I felt horrible afterwards.....they literally RIP them out! This is my subtle way of trying to deter you from doing it :)

Nessie Noodle said...

this is such a great way for you two to stay connected and inspire one another.
beautiful.

hope the test wa a success.

Christina said...

These are both great shots. Your cards give me an idea on how to remembering things. Sweet!

atomicliving said...

found u thru compassrose. I did art history as well and loved it. I am an artist now and am always calling up the vast array of items from that education. Chiroscuro is prolly the best word to come out of my education ;)

Relyn said...

No fair. How come Taylor can take a super quick snapshot and it turns out looking like that? Where do we go for lessons in that? Happy weekend.

springtreeroad said...

these are lovely. cats are so hard to take photos of. i usually try to do it when they're sleepy. :) and dark cats can be so hard to photograph! both of mine have their claws. i just couldn't do it. and now they're 17 and 14 and, even though we just got new furniture, i still can't do it.

love the study cards too. :)

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