|I took this photo on Photo Booth, which since I don't have a cell phone is sort of like my version of a "selfie".||:)|
Since then I've made more changes. I had to remove the fabric swag, as it continued to fall down. My sweet and kindly coworker would arrive in the early morning find the scarf on the floor. It just wasn't meant to be, no matter how well I tried to refasten it. :)
I joined Facebook, finally, at the suggestion of my son. He thought I might feel more in touch with family through this medium. I am enjoying it more than I expected. I had been worried I'd spend too much time on the computer, and that I would feel somehow over exposed. But after the first week or so, of exploring, I'm not on much more than before I joined FB.
It is really special to reconnect with my cousins, and see my other family members news more often.
However, blogging is special, because it's possible to tell one's story, in more length and detail
So, I want to get back to blogging and reading my favourite blogs again.
|The latest new developments for Artie are that he has shed his lovely silver mane, again this fall, and that he now has a new friend, in Jason, my renter. Good work Arthur.|
|Herbert has done a lovely job in capturing the heart of my renter, Jason. He is an excellent ambassador for the feline community.|
Herbert and Arthur have been goodwill ambassadors the past few months for the world of cats. My renter, Jason had concerns about living in a household of cats. In his culture pets are not acceptable really, and especially in his family. His mom cautioned him about this. As well, Jason was worried about cat hair on his jeans. He decided to move in despite the cats, after looking at several rental opportunities, and then told his mother there was only 1 cat. (?) :)
After the first day, I returned home from work, wondering how events transpired, and Jason had already befriended the cats, and had been especially been enjoying playing with Arthur with his toy mice.
Jason now says, that when he moves he would be willing to adopt Arthur :)
The second development is that I've made an appointment to see the writer-in-residence at our public library, to discuss my progress with my childrens' picture book about Bessie. I felt this would motivate me to move ahead in some way, and this writer, Arthur Slade seems nice and personable. As well, he has written a series of successful books for young adults.
Well, this is about it for my most recent developments her at Mullin Avenue.
As well I want to wish my American friends, a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Brenda, Herb and Art