via Daily Prompt: Distant
Today is a tragic day, for many obvious reasons. As we mourn London’s tragedy and raise funds for Manchester, sometimes there are no words appropriate. Please give to appropriate charities if you are able to do so. If you need a distraction, as always, here are some cute cat pictures.
It would seem that the TwoLoveBirds have been distant as of late.
Where have these TwoLoveBirds been?
Have they been writing smutty things? (Gasp!)
Have they been admiring cuddly things?
Have they been napping in their nest?
Perhaps it has been all that and even more!
Stay tuned, we may have some very lovely surprises coming up for you soon! 😉
via Daily Prompt: Better
How does one go about judging if they are getting ‘better’ at being a writer? I feel there is a lot of pressure placed upon indie writers to be ‘good’ and always ‘better’ than they naturally are.
“Huh, what is that? Better? Me?”
“What do you mean, better? Be specific!”
Well, is that even possible? Writing is an art. One could wax on about syntax, using proper adjectives (or synonyms, or capital letters, or etc’s,) but really, ultimately, it is an art. Art and its value is subjective. It is nebulous.
I like to think that we are all good. In our own way, our own space, our own proper place. Just happy and content.
In these dark times for many of us, I wanted to share something cheerful. I know the ‘license to discriminate’ is a horrible storm cloud hovering over many, and even though it will not affect me I fear in my heart for many who are dear to me who will be affected by it. Stand together in love and light, little birdies. Here is something cheerful if you need a distraction.
Recently one of the love birds, coughcough, me, has been slacking off on her writing. This is my face when Pit tells me I have to ‘get to it’ in the most gentle of ways:
And then I’m like ohhhh, I guess I’ll try
Then despite my best efforts I end up like this on the couch:
Haha, so you know who to blame if we’re late with our publishing! Do you ever have a hard time getting around to writing? Bonus points if you answer with a cute picture of your pets!
via Photo Challenge: Danger!
Guess who walked in Mommy’s oil painting ~ before it had a chance to dry? Don’t his little paws look ready to glow in the dark? Danger danger! Little paw prints everywhere!
Pawprints even on the piano keys!
Who would have guessed it was all the work of such a cute kitty?
Danger danger, cuteness abounding!