I love it when the animals hide behind stuff like this, and then act all surprised when I find them. "What?! How did you find me behind this small, insignificant item?! I mean, I'm an elephant! How did you see me?!" I also love it when the animals think it's a brilliant idea if they hide behind their own house. Now THAT cracks me up!
"This is the Death whose particular sphere of operations is, well, not a sphere at all, but the Discworld, which is flat and rides on the back of four giant elephants who stand on the shell of the enormous star turtle Great A'Tuin, and which is bounded by a waterfall that cascades endlessly into space." Terry Pratchett - Mort
“#Sessions met w/ Kislyak for the 2nd time on Sept. 8. I did a LexisNexis search to see what was going on at that time. Here we go... 1/”
Counting the days until Ringling Bros. finally closes their doors... This is actually something I started fighting for 20 years ago when, at 15, I led protests and did everything I could to end the cruelty. The circus even invited me backstage since I was the protest leader, trying to show me that the animals were treated humanely. All I saw was elephants chained to the floor and tigers in tiny cages where they were spending most of their sad lives. It's pretty amazing to see that our…
Creative Nonfiction Prompt: Write an essay about a time when you failed to see the idiomatic “elephant in the room”—was it difficult or easy to ignore the issue? What did it reveal about your tendencies in social interactions? For more, visit: http://at.pw.org/1lfUA35
Black and White Cat on rooftop - Handpainted Porcelain Mug
cute mug idea, use a sharpie to draw on a white mug then bake it....just one cat mug? That doesn't put me in cat-lady territory, right?