My Writing Brain is Still Apparently Telling Me to Screw Off, So Here’s a Picture of a Cat Looking Heroically Into the Distance Instead

Which I expect will be fine for most of you. Enjoy the rest of your Thursday!

17 thoughts on “My Writing Brain is Still Apparently Telling Me to Screw Off, So Here’s a Picture of a Cat Looking Heroically Into the Distance Instead

  1. I confess, I am finding it hard to maintain my usual close following of the political news. When I do, I get talk of building more nukes, which is pretty depressing after so much work for decades to trim the arsenal down.

    And an issue with the stacks of books photographed. I tried to order one from Powell’s, which had it listed, but just after I got the email that my order was being processed, I got one that my order was cancelled, because the product was not in stock. The issue is that this was amusing ;-)

    I think the other items on the order are being picked and shipped, tho, so that’s good.

  2. Thursday or Friday side of the Date Line? Yule or Litha side of the solstice? It matters not; a picture of a heroic cat is always welcome!

  3. JR in WV: If you’re interested, for the past six days, I’ve been coming up with three articles per day about “what went right” from my news feeds – as a counter-balance to all the stuff about “what went wrong”. Have a look at http://megpie71.dreamwidth.org/, and see whether there’s anything there which could help.

  4. Silent upon a peak in Darien.

    But as far as I know, you _have_ no pekingese … what’s a cat to do?

    Will

  5. What ever you do, DON’T GO TO SLEEP! That is not Heroic Cat, that is Cat Surveying Its Kingdom and Contemplating How to Dispatch The Hoo-mons!

  6. put a napoleonic hat on it and you’ve got it just right (hee hee). Sometimes the words just won’t come (i’ve been struggling with that for a month, and said “screw it” and started researching and painting instead). Hoping the new year works wonders and flows well. I call this the “December Dumps,” whereby we’re all feeling the effects of to much food, family, stress, erratic schedules and behavior, and the brain-sucking amoeba just come out to play. Post New Year oughta be awesome!

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