Saturday, August 16, 2008

Photohunt: Colorful




When Little Miss was "fixed" a couple of weeks ago she came home sporting a bright yellow bandage where her IV was. It was a great color on her with her white fur :)

Go check out some more colorful shots over at PhotoHunter.

This is, unfortunately, my last regular post for a couple of months. I need to concentrate and get ready for my qualifying exam, so I might not have time to post everyday. I will try to get in a post every now and then. Thanks for sticking with me, and wish me luck on my exam (I will definitely need it).
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8 comments:

stock investor said...

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Stev&Emz said...

hope she feels better now..
mine is up here Our Journey and Jaz Another Day

storyteller said...

I enjoyed seeing your animal baby ‘Leia’ and how wonderful that you were able to rescue her. That certainly is a colorful yellow bandage on Little Miss! I enjoyed the COLORFUL theme so much this week that I participated twice: once this morning at SacredRuminations and the other at Small Reflections ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Pietro said...
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Pietro said...

My best wishes for your exam, Kim.

Kt said...

Good luck studying for your qualifiers! I feel your pain and I'd have to say those exams were the most stressful time in grad school... the dissertation doesn't compare. It will get easier when you get them over with.

Tommy V said...

Great colors... I do not reminder my cat having a bandage after she was fixed. Go luck on your exams. I am so glad I do not have to take them anymore.

yvonne said...

HAHA, funny story about the roller coaster :) I am experiencing the same "old age" phenomenon of being terrified of coasters. I was the same way back when I was a youngen, full of excitement and ready to take on any roller coaster around. Now, I'm chicken stuff and I have minor anxiety attacks every time I'm about to get on a scary roller coaster. I just tell myself the roller coasters are way more scary now than they ever were when I was youngER.