Being an author is like being in charge of your own personal insane asylum.

- Graycie Harmon

Monday, November 16, 2009


Well, there isn't much to report today. Writing is going very well. In two odd days, I think I'll have reached the 50 000 word mark. If I was doing NaNoWriMo, I'd be pretty much done, I think.

I am ashamed to say that before this year, I had no idea about NaNoWriMo, and at that, I found out much to late to participate. It seems I truly do live in my own little bubble. I will definitely be doing that next year though!

Since there really isn't much to report, here's another search:

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I don't know why I bother to post these, but I do. To finish tying up loose ends and making good on promises, here are some more recent pictures of Herne, courtesy of his new owner (staff) via facebook:
Isn't he just the sweetest?

All of our kittens are doing well. Smeagol has made friends with one of the cats at his new place. The other cat doesn't much care for him, but whenever that one gets hissy and growly, Smeagol's friend comes and sits in between them and stares at the angry cat until he goes away. Smeagol and his friend, we are told, play together quite happily and even take naps together. That warms me up.

Calli-Rose does not have any other kittens to play with, so she's vexing her new owner nicely. He declared to my flatmate (as they work together) that she is the spawn of Satan. He was aptly warned before taking her in, so he has no one to blame but himself. He also notes that she's incredibly adorable and he's very much in love with her. I've met Matt, and he's lovely, so I have no worries about Calli.

Herne, pictured above in his new home, has made friends with the other cat that lives there. Apparently, he made friends with it by standing up to it, and now they're best mates. Boys. I'll never understand....

That's it from the peanut gallery. I hope you are all doing well.


Anna L. Walls said...

Isn't it amazing how cats can rule our lives.


S. M. Carrière said...

lol... and how we gladly let them!