BadGarden’s Picto-Post Interlude

LunarGeography has a couple of bunnies who have begun camping out on the BadGarden’s front lawn. At least they are pretty much always there when we pull up and they aren’t skittish about vehicles besides the usual “Ima gonna get run OVER AHHH!” kind of getting out of the way. They will get out of the way of a four wheeled rabbit splatterer but they don’t go caroming around the sub afterwards. Nope, they usually hoppity a couple feet and then sit there looking at you…

Much to the delight of the BadGarden’s cats.

For those of you who have never seen Frost, the cat, here he is. Frosty is a bit timid so I was a little surprised to find him hanging out at the window and even more surprised that he stuck around for a picture taking. It may be that the rabbit and bird TV (the bird feeder is right outside that window as well) is too much a lure to the often startled Frosty, or perhaps he hasn’t figured out that things on the outside can come just as close to him as things on the inside. With Frost, either is possible.

A visit to the BadGardens will often cause Frost to vanish and Violet to come out and give you a once over. Violet runs the house and has to determine if you have the proper cat scritchie abilities. Which she will assume you shall try out on her. Now.

Unless there is something cooler going on up there.

Or over there.

LunarGeography says to please excuse her tabletop. They are getting ready to vacation and the table has become a staging area. Also, I don’t know if you can see clearly or not, but Violet is sitting on a piece of paper. She excels at that, especially if it is a piece of paper you are currently reading or using.

Eventually Troa will show up to say hello. I think the only reason Troa isn’t the first to greet you as you walk in the BadGarden house is because he has a full agenda every minute of every day and must accomplish all his cat tasks before he comes over for a pettins. That cat is always on the move; I have many, many blurry pictures of him and maybe two good ones.

“Oh dear, you are inside. Ummm…”

Shortly after Frost figured out that I was in the house he up and disappeared. Fortunately he knows me somewhat so after a bit he wandered back to the cat TV window.

“WHut? I didn’t do it.”

2009: If your movie monster evokes the response, “Awww, who’s a cute widdle spider? You are! Yes you are!” then perhaps you ought to go back to the monster design table. I’m just sayin’.

2008: JSFR: Meets Wine Pretz Mild Cheese

2007: Tonight I fill in the hole that is making our front yard look a little ghetto (or full of pony sized moles) and quite possibly rip up more yardage.

2006: I scored a Team Wisconsin squishy cow. YAY!

2005: If I don’t update tomorrow, look for my finger which has fallen off, gone zombie and started terrorizing the town.

2004: Providing you with your total RDA of bizarre out of context sentences.

2003: DAMN we have buttons. Buttons and buttons and then some more buttons and just when you thought there were no more buttons HEY! Buttons.

3 Responses to “BadGarden’s Picto-Post Interlude”

  1. TeacherPatti Says:

    When I fed the cats over Xmas, Violet was very interested to check me out. I believe I gave scritches, and she didn’t eat me, so it was all good. I have never seen Frost until this very moment, despite being at the BadGarden’s home many times.

  2. Boo Says:

    This is the scaredy-cat zen nature of Frost.

  3. Amy Says:

    Trowa does indeed have a very full cat agenda. He can’t remember what it is, necessarily, for more than a few minutes, but it’s very full. And very cat.
    And whatever it was, he almost certainly did do it. Or his Butt of Doom(tm), which often acts quasi-independently, did it for him.
    Thank you for providing documentary evidence that Frost does, indeed, live inside our house. Take that, third cat doubters!

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