|From For Ellipsis|
"If you aren't in over your head, how do you know how tall you are?"
I was practicing some low light photography the other night, when I decided to see if I could get a good shot of my all black kitty, Hendrix. Hendrix has amazingly beautiful green/gold eyes, and they are quiet expressive as well. He is a dreamboat, but he is also curious, extremely loving, and playful little boy. He is fiercely loyal and he has a strong, silly sense of humor. It was apparent the first hour after we met him. All he really wanted in the world was a family to love him. Boy were Alan and I happy to be his family. He adopted Alan right away, and before we left the Dr. B's office, Hendrix made sure I knew I was loved to.
We didn't know it, but all that was missing from the perfect family he wanted, was a little brother for him to take care of. A week later, along came Dylan and the two settled into a perfect brotherhood. Dylan is Hendrix's baby brother, and he treats him as such. I have always loved the play CATS, because of the wonderful way it portrays CATS. When I saw this photo on the computer, I knew I had a CATS inspired photo. It's not perfect, I couldn't track down the exact font used for the poster, but it's close enough I think. It makes me smile. As do my boys. I am a happy girl. And now I am off to reread "Old Opossum's Book Of Practical Cats" by T.S. Eliot.
This is day 32 of my APAD challenge. You can join me if you like. There's no theme to follow. Just post a photo to your blog, and comeback here with a direct link back to it. I will post your link with tomorrow's post.