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How About A Tewe’s Day Chuckle for a Change?

Been a long, hard slog today, working over plot points and datelines for my sequel to Wake-Robin Ridge, and I need a break. Preferably a break with a laugh or two involved.  Figured I might as well share with you guys, too. After all, it’s probably been a long, hard slog today for a few of you, as well. 🙂 Maybe these will help.







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4 thoughts on “How About A Tewe’s Day Chuckle for a Change?

  1. Bahahaaa…. truth!


    • 😀 Aren’t they funny, dogs versus cats? I’m always amused at how differently they react to just about everything. Except at my house, the cats ignore the little red laser dot, and the dogs will run their stumpy little legs right into the ground, chasing it. I don’t have the heart to tell them that’s all backwards. 🙂

      Nice to see you, BFF! I’ve been keeping my head down working, and haven’t been out a-visitin’ lately. That needs to change, soon.

      Have a great rest of the week!


  2. burke59 on said:

    Having lugged cats back and forth across the country dozens of times, I believe they see it as some level of kitty hell.


    • I’ve done that, too, Anna. And I agree. The expression on that cat’s face is so perfect, as he’s being sucked into the vortex. I’ve had cats all my life, and have four now, and I’ve yet to meet one who enjoyed traveling. I hear they are out there, but in over 60 years of cat ownership (and I use that term loosely), I’ve sure never seen one.


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