Categories Uncategorized Mother, Daughter, Cat Post author By John Scalzi Post date July 24, 2008 15 Comments on Mother, Daughter, Cat They all seem to be happy. Share: By John Scalzi I enjoy pie. View Archive → ← Airing a Repeat: On Submitting Bitchy E-Mails to Scalzi’s Attention → Also — 15 replies on “Mother, Daughter, Cat” Mater boarded? “look, dad, no fillings!” Aww, that’s sweet. Must be celebrating the arrival of the latest shipment of bacon salt. Did you release the winners of the Hate-Mail contest to them? Because that would make us comparably happy. how can you can tell that the cat is happy from this angle? does it change color? The cat doesn’t seem so happy… “full of disdain”, I’d say. But what do I know, maybe cats are only happy when they can flaunt their haughtiness. This picture makes me happy. Thanks for sharing. O Great Scalzi, the Executive Committee of The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club thanks you for this offering, but has some small, but useful suggestions to improve your beginner-level photographic technique: 1. Make sure that Magnificent She is perfectly in focus. While Her Glorious Perfect Essence shines through even your ineptness, it takes but a moment to enshrine Her Perfection perfectly. In the event that your auto-focus feature was disrupted by Her Shimmering Radiant Glory, we withdraw the suggestion but add the admonition to be careful in the future. 2. The picture should be recaptioned more properly as “Her Shimmering Radiant Glory Bestowing Her Blessings Upon Her Wards”. We know that you will take these suggestions to heart and make every effort to improve. The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club You photograph your family with great love. Let’s see mother and daughter enjoying a bit of roughhousing and cuddling on the bed. Ghlaghghee sees this and decides to join in. Her walking on daughter’s belly tickles child and laughter ensues. Dad catches moment for posterity. Friendship and affection pheromones liberally cast about. Nice photo but what does it say about me that I see a picture with a Scalzi cat in it and instantly click to see what Chang has written in the comments? Nevermind, I know there is no hope for me. Adelheid: apparently the same thing it says about me. Also, I’m a little disappointed that it took the Fan Club several hours to respond… Adelheid and Jennie: you’re not the only ones. I do the same thing when I see a cat picture here. Awww… *loves on the cute kitty* Comments are closed.