writing Historical Romance
Is she double checking your edits for you? or just reassuring you that your editor must be crazy to want to change that scene (unless it's to remove the dog and add a cat) :)
Your cat is a big lovable ball of fur! AWW. Is she sitting on Adrian? ;)
The cat is, of course, sitting on precisely the papers I need next . . .
I confess to being a 100% cat person. There is nothing as cozy as a kitty. Your cat is just adorable (and very snuggly looking.)One of my favorite things about cats is how no box is ever too small to fit them. My cats would bust the sides out of boxes stuffing themselves in or let their kitty chub/fluff overflow the top of the box. It's like a chubby woman stuffing themselves into a size 2 dress.I am sure you would not get half as much work done without your "helper" being there ;)
The manuscript boxes are just about perfect for Singie. Have you seen Maru and the too small box?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XID_W4neJo&feature=fvwrel
I must shamefully admit I have spent way too much time watching Maru videos online. I adore Maru. Scottish fold cats are so cute they almost don't look real. I think it's very appropriate that the country who gave us Hello Kitty also gave us Maru.
When life is difficult and the mind needs refuge . . . Maru is there.
Great photos, Jo. I love the way my cats sit on my writing, my newspaper, my book... Even though I'm always nudging them off.
There is something almost spooky about the affinity of cats for loose papers. Perhaps wandering cats were used as paperweights in Medieval monasteries? We unwitting bred cats to do this.