Daily Archives: May 21, 2013

Uncertain destiny

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
My bones feel so fragile, the weight of my frame unbearable today, through uncertain circumstances  I am still alive and breathing, but what have I cheated, what claim do I on destiny? 

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Get off my back, Man!

This was one of the many awe-inspiring artworks on display in the King Tut exhibit at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, MT a few years ago. While this feline is probably transporting the Egyptian figure into the afterlife, … Continue reading

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One in nine lives

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Holly cat lays curled at my feet, her persistent preening, rough tongue cleaning, catching bunches of fur, her eyes shut savoring this sense of securely familiar. She proceeds to nuzzle her nose and ear…

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My Holly Cat!

My Holly cat! She’s all that and now out of the bag and onto your WordPress page.  It appears she’s posing like the Sphinx!  Who knew she was born of Egyptian nobility?

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