Something about her profile just made me think of a sphinx.
Another detail photo. What I see here are Idgie's feet; he was a percher. He was also a loving, independent, fierce, roving, fun, loyal, spunky, confident, wonderful cat. That's why we named him Idgie. What I think is a picture is worth a thousand memories.
Memory is the diary
that we all carry about with us.
– Oscar Wilde
The first place we lived in Richmond was a very old house (there was an ice box attached to the kitchen) that had been turned into a duplex. Our bedroom windows looked at each other over a little empty space. What I see here is our dog, Topaz, and our new kitten, Idgie, peeking at each other through the windows. What I think is I'm glad I took this photo, because it's so much clearer than the picture I have in my memory.
Time has a wonderful way
of showing us what really matters.
– Margaret Peters
This is my old dog Topaz, looking through the space where the screen used to be (a screen that she knocked out, by the way). What I see is a dog that my roommate and I loved dearly, who we thought was the most beautiful dog in the world, even if no one else saw what we did. What I think is that our pets are members of our family.
Sometimes we do choose
the members of our family.
My nephew's cat, Squeakers! What I see is a kitty cat in what seems to be her favorite sleeping position. I always find her cuddled down into cracks and dips and any kind of indentation in the furniture. What I think is that I love naps, too!
Time you enjoy wasting
was not wasted.
– John Lennon