Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Sunday, May 25, 2008
There are two starfish in the pail -- the second one is a tiny pink speckled star.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
The cats love to watch the hummingbirds, too. Fortunately, these little guys are too fast to be caught....
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
It's always tea-time at the Mad Hatter's House ...
"Does anyone know what makes a Raven like a Writing-Desk?" asks the Hatter.
Twinkle, twinkle, twinkle, twinkle..... The Dormouse seems to be stuck.
Monday, May 5, 2008
Selkies are able to transform to human form by shedding their seal skins and can revert to seal form by putting their selkie skin back on. Stories concerning selkies are generally romantic tragedies. Sometimes the human will not know that their lover is a selkie, and wakes to find them gone. Other times the human will hide the selkie's skin, thus preventing them from returning to seal form.
A selkie can only make contact with one particular human for a short amount of time before they must return to the sea. They are not able to make contact with that human again for seven years, unless the human is to steal their selkie's skin and hide it or burn it. (Wikipedia)
The little ladies are almost my favorites. It's the little rolling carts that draw me in, I think.
If the Republican party wants to use this photo in their campaign, they're welcome to it.
We're moving on to something new in the next few weeks, not to mention posting some pics of October's stuff in the works. The new doll series which replaces Wonderland will make its photographic debut shortly (here's a sneak peak at one of the new characters -- I think he looks like a cross between Yoda and a Corgi right now, but I love his little white paws).
He's a little shy. But he'll come out from under the basket eventually.