Tuesday, August 29, 2006


By the way, the photograph below was taken by the gorgeous and amazing Lisa Stanton, photographer extraordinaire.

And thanks for the link to the thread. Cool!


Blogger lisa said...

I was just going to say what a nice photo that was... thanks, by the way, for getting those back to me. I really like them. How's yer golden toes?

12:34 PM  
Blogger Trialia said...

You're welcome. *grin*

12:56 PM  
Blogger geekgal said...

Going back to the cat thing: Being the owner of a 'big-boned' cat, I can recommend feeding them low-fat cat biscuits (they have them here in the UK, I imagine they have them elsewhere too!) and having a strict schedule for feeding. My partner and I work opposite hours so we never see each other in the week, and our boy does an Oscar-winning turn as 'cat who hasn't been fed in a week please feeed me pleasseeee'. We found we were BOTH feeding him because we always assumed the other one had forgotten, and he did seem so hungry! It makes you feel a bit mean, especially when you reach past him to get ice cream out of the freezer while he's wailing, but his little walnut brain forgets these slights quite quickly.

2:30 PM  
Anonymous Katya said...

I can see you're really getting the hang of the "procrastination by internet" thing. Welcome to the club!

(I should be researching a novel, and yet I'm reading blogs instead. *g*)

3:26 PM  
Blogger Becky S said...

Nice picture, Kate. GREAT job Lisa!

3:54 PM  
Blogger mhera/lemonchicken said...

When I first looked at that last picture, I thought it was a still photo from a movie ... a dog's breakfast in particular. Its a great shot! (Im a little picture-obsessed, lol.)

4:14 PM  
Blogger Jwall said...

You guys look like a band.

Too cool.

4:15 PM  
Blogger Vicky said...

just caught up with the posts on here... those are some great pictures! look forward to hearing more and seeing some more pics maybe :D

4:23 PM  
Blogger mhera/lemonchicken said...

Oh I forgot to add,
For those of us who live in your general area (within driving distance anyway), we'd love to see a play of yours and show our support!
Anything up and coming?

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Tracy Jane said...

It's a goooooorgeous pic, so bravo to Lisa! And I *love* the fact that you're one of the great procrastinators of the world! There's hope for me yet!

5:18 PM  
Blogger sueKay said...

It's a fantastic pic. You all look so relaxed and happy in it *grin*

5:39 PM  
Blogger BorgTeddy said...

Hi Kate :)

Another great picture.

"no coffee. Nor am I allowed chocolate, Advil, alcohol, spicy food or fried food"

That must be hard,
I'm not sure I could do it.

And as was stated by other people,
we're not just David's fans anymore.
As you probably know he will be in London in february 2007 for a convention (Pegasus 2) It would be great if you came with him.
Then you could meet his and your fans.


6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kate is a cage...cool!

8:46 PM  
Blogger Cindy Abby said...

Really nice picture! Thanks for sharing it! :)

5:57 AM  
Blogger Trialia said...

Oh nooooooo, not Pegasus 2, I can't go to that one! *sniffles* Too busy saving up for Toronto in the summer.

9:13 AM  
Anonymous mrsdrhuber said...

I feel for you on the fat cat issue. When I moved from rural Iowa to Detroit, I stopped letting my cat go outside. She's now a bit hefty. This is, of course, made worse by the fact that she is black and white spotted. She often gets called moo-cow or orca by my family. I've tried all the "weight loss formula" cat food, to no avail. She even has a friend now, and they chase each other around the apartment while I'm at the lab, but no amount of exercise seems to help. I have this theory that she is depressed. Maybe we should get our cats therapy?

10:30 AM  

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