Bella and Jelly Bean were having a parallel experience this afternoon on the wardrobe at the top of the stairs. I’m sure their stories of their experiences would be so different one would think the were in a different time and place as Bella focused on the squirrel in the pussy willow, and the chickadee, and the cardinal, and the squirrel, and the squirrel, while Jelly Bean entertained himself with a nap on the sun-warmed wood of the cabinet. Just two existentialist kitties enjoying their day.
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I spent time in the studio today working on my new projects for April. I couldn’t help but share my supervisors’ activities as well. Jelly Bean came to sit on the table as I was laying out my frames with notes and preparing my paints. He suddenly found himself completely surrounded! He was afraid I might have notes to paint him too!
After he escaped that close call, Mimi joined me to supervise, taking some time to multi-task and clean her toes.
Then I had a brief time of aloneness when I could actually get a little bit of work done before…someone let the kids in—I didn’t post this on on FB, yet, I just took it a few minutes ago, Smokie and Bella on a walk-through for quality control. So young and so talented!
What are we supposed to be doing Bella?
Just try to look busy, Smokie. [Kids…]
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