Thursday, April 19, 2012

Pictures Improved Part 2

    Okay, so maybe this one is a little strange. Same scenario, it was my father's birthday. Calendar, markers, you  know the rest. If you don't remember, then go back to the first Pictures Improved entry.
    We love cats. We all wish that we had a cat, but unfortunately, Darling Father is allergic, as is my sister. One of our friends  has a polydactyl  cat with 27 toes. They named her Polly in honor of all her special toes. Whenever we enter a pet store or animal shelter my sister and I find an adorable cat, stand in front of it, and make the biggest puppy eyes ever. Alas, we still are lacking a kitty in our home. Sigh.
    Anyway, I thought that this lively picture was missing something. The butterfly seemed to not realize the peril it was in, so I thought I'd give it a little perspective. Instead of flitting around, the butterfly broke all records in the history of insects. Word around the block is that it broke mach 1. Join me next week for Pictures Improved Part 3!!!


  1. I love your imagination and sense of humor!

  2. This one is great! You might also enjoy this: Arnoldus Montanus’ New and Unknown World (1671)

    And also -- the monsters artist Chris McMahon paints on canvases he finds at yard sales:

  3. This reminds me of a skit called vampire kittens, but it also makes me think of bunnicula. Great job! :)

  4. Oh, so cute! With his little...fanglies...and, uh...protuberances...

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    1. Indeed. It was told not to play with that glowing stuff marked 'radioactive'.