Pawprints! In white paint! Right across the edge of the kitchen cabinet leading from…
…the item I’d just painted white and set down on the stool to rinse my brush and my hands. So fast! Who could it be?
Didn’t expect it to be Mimi? Yes, there was white paint on her paws, and she does look guilty. But I can hardly blame her—I know she jumps right up on that stool as soon as she runs into the kitchen and I should have found a better place to set down the tray I’d painted. I think she’s more miffed at getting paint on her paws than I am having her walk on a freshly-painted item!
This is one reason I rarely work on these projects anywhere but in my studio, and why I make sure all my art materials are AP non-toxic.
And for now, I’ve left Mimi’s creation. Who can’t use a row of pawprints down the edge of a counter, even if they are a little smudged? Here’s another incriminating pawprint by Mewsette.
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