Two Fine Lovers

The Adventures of BunnyCat

Friday, August 10, 2007

Jay Cutler, Spitting

Jay Cutler, Spitting
Originally uploaded by eapdesign
hims gotten skinnier

Jay Cutler, Spitting Yet Again

Jay Cutler, Spitting Yet Again
Originally uploaded by eapdesign

Friday, June 08, 2007

All things go

"Nothing is permanent, except impermanence."

My mom just replied to an email today that Bunnycat has passed. I know that seems like a harsh way to deliver the news.. but I am at work...

Anyway.. see an earlier post - He was living the good life in SC with Mom and Dad.

Bunny always had a wonder lust as all cats do.

He began wondering out of the yard and toward the "road". This is where he met his predictable demise. An older woman hit him with her car.. Apparently he began to cross the road, cleared her car then darted back the opposite way second guessing himself and causing them to collide.

She stopped her car, asked a neighbor in their yard if they knew who he belonged to.

She and the neighbor wrapped him up and solemnly headed toward Marcia's. She is the cat lady.

Mom is having him burried under her dogwood tree, by Dad, whom bunnycat adored.

A very fitting spot as my mom's favorite tree is the dogwood and her favorite companion for the past year has been my Bunnycat.

he was quirky and pesky and fluffy and adorable.

I will miss him.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Saki Designs Purses

And Saki designs them very well. My dear friend Alexia Abegg is behind SDP. She was kind enough to create a new bag and present it to me for my birthday. I was also given an apron from Lori designed by SDP. Ive posted some pics of the bag and apron below.. Harvey is my apron model. I think he looks quite fetching in it. He was doing his best Alton Brown impression....

If you want to know more about Saki - Please go visit her blog of created delights:

From there she can guide you on how to contact her, when the desire for her one - of - a kinds takes over!

Thursday, August 17, 2006

A Day in the Life of me..

Im 33 years old today. My mom tells me the story of my birth each year. I keep forgetting it. Here she is in her own words to tell it to you all:

I know I have told you the story before, but I always like "re-living" the birth of my girls. Wish I had had my mother to share with me. I played bridge, believe it or not, when in Mississippi and had been asked to make a foursome that Friday morning. I was not a great player, but it was fun and a good way to meet people. Anyway, I knew I felt bad, and thankfully had a doctor's appt. later in the day. When I went in, he said I was starting to dialate. So, I went home and cleaned up a little. I had a very good friend that lived downstairs in our apt complex. She had one daughter that was probably about 10. Daddy was off in another nearby town on business, so Carol drove me to the hospital and let Daddy know.
He got back in town just before the birth; you were delivered by a sweet doctor, and
the birth was the easiest of the three. I think it was early evening. So, that is how you entered the world and our world, on a muggy evening in Mississippi!



I quite like that story. Sounds like my kind of birth... Though im sure i would have slipped in an acceptable glass of wine there sometime..

For lunch today i shared a hotdog with Teena at our favorite little dog joint.
Its yummy and fast and small and yummy.
Hot Diggity Dog! Thats mine with the velveeta cheese. They call that a "Texan" if you get chili on it. I declined the chili today. Teenas there with the "New York"
They have outstanding fries!
Its been a good birth - day so far.

A Brand New Person!

Our Friends Joanie and Jonathan had their second baby this week.. Meet Audrey Catherine Goforth. We were able to spend some time with them last night..
Thats grandma in the last picture..

Monday, July 10, 2006

WoMan vs. Herself

grr. Ive been praying alot lateley about my attitude. I seem to allow anger to be triggered too easily these days. Especially at work. I love my job and what I do, but I am usualy the only person there and responsible for everything that happens. So I am tempted to feel sorry for myself and unappreciated and taken advantage of - at least that is how I justify being and assface.

So this morning I armed myself with prayer and an earnest attempt to not overeact or be too self involved. Last week I had left my employer ( and friend) a card at her home about how much I appreciate her friendship and what not and apoligizing for a terrible attitude the week before that we had worked together. She returns today from a week long vacation, these days can be a real test.. Alot of catchup and explaining to do - and in my mind proving myself.
I felt so good about making the right decision with the card, but now I am wishing it were not out there because what if I totaly screw up again and behave badly? Now that I have made the decision to be good, I have to be good. I just dont trust myself I guess. I have become too comfortable with the other angry me. Its like I see it as my right to act the way I want because of how hard I work here.

Here's to defying my flesh and really giving humility a try!

Thursday, July 06, 2006


Bunnycat has made it to the good life. While visiting Mom and Dad in Greer, SC we dropped off bunnycat. This is Bun here:

He's sweet and fat and deserves a life free of Bizzystix - the rambunctious boston terrier.. Now he will live out the rest of his days with a woman that will spoil him, a yard to run and play in and two other friendly kitties to gossip with.
I will miss my Bunnycat, but hes not that far away and I can visit him anytime!

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Fourth Of July

Harvey and Biz and I have been enjoying the holiday weekend in SC with my parents.
We always celebrate my Fathers birthday (july 3rd) along with Independence day.
Its been hot, but not as humid as it is in Nashville. Thats a nice break.
My parents backyard is something of a spectacle. Its very large, and full of plants flowers and trees. Bizzy and I spent a nice afternoon out there exploring while Harvey and Dad went to the driving range. He's getting in some practice with a pro.
By pro, I mean a man whose been playing golf since before I was born.

Biz loves to run the length of this yard. I was able to get a shot while he was still for a moment.

We've been playing fetch with the fallen pears off one of the trees in the back yard.. He loves to chase them though he stops quite often to nibble on them!

We found a clump of Ivey that is home to millions of Elder bugs. At least I think that is what they are called. Its so interesting how they clump together... Curious and pretty little bugs.