Thursday, September 02, 2004

Ladies and Gentlemen - the moment you have all waited for!

Remember this?

It's now (drumroll please)

Oh. You want to see it on?

Okay... Maestro?
Marching Band

Yeah. I didn't think you'd buy that. But you have to admit Aslan is pretty darn cute.

Okay, seriously, I'll try to get a picture of me wearing it this weekend when GB gets home, but if you think I'm asking anyone else in the neighborhood to put it on their heads - you haven't seen my neighbors.

So Aslan (who like most supermodels needs only be known by one name) is who you get.

And to avoid favoritism...
This is the paper weight that sits on my computer while I work:

And this is how good boys ask to go potty:

And that's all I got. Still learning about the finer uses of the camera, or you'd have a picture of my nearest neighbor.
Spider 4
A GIGANTIC spider, about an inch, maybe an inch and a half big, a rich red color, spinning a gorgeous web right in my front doorway. I tried to take several pictures, and she started getting really ticked off so I decided to leave her alone. None of the pictures showed up, except for a slight glow where the flash reflected off the web. This morning the web was mostly gone, so I don't know if she got blown off, or if she took my paparazzi-like photography as a personal afront and moved. Anyone know if there are any venomous spiders in Maryland?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

OH Rose they are beautiful......I love the animal pictures as you well know
and I will admit a certain fondness for your loveable one of them looks JUST like.....( amazing ain't it???) my little prince charming...........
mom to thaddeaus, calpurrnia, and amber

12:50 PM  
Blogger Fiber said...

Love the Pics! Now if only I could get my digital camera to act right..... =)

2:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Nice pics! To answer your spidey question.... There are two that I'm aware of: The black widow (which we're all aware of) and the brown recluse (aka fiddle spider). I read an article a while back that Maryland has 18 times as many spiders as people. No matter where you are your never more than 3 feet from a spider.

I'm looking forward to getting home xoxoxo


3:16 PM  
Blogger Amie said...

Okay, my wise and spidery husband... what does the fiddle spider look like? Reddish brown and about 6 feet wide with legs extended? Could it take down a cat (or a cute wife)? You know I'm not afraid of spiders - certainly not one who will spin so beautifully for me! - but do I need to worry if she launches herself into my hair? If only she looked like Tobey Maguire I'd invite her in next time you were away....

3:42 PM  
Blogger Lauren said...

Your babies are so cute! :) I love the way that your sweater is turning out. Bring it to Knit Night on Monday! I am excited about meeting you and everyone else!

7:03 AM  
Blogger Sarah C. said...

You have such cute animals! I am impressed by your stance on spiders - I would have mercilessly crushed the thing without appreciating its beauty or its web. I have a lot of spiders around my new apartment, and it definitely freaks me out! :)

11:03 AM  

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