Anyway. Today, Evan wanted to share a couple more shots of him enjoying some window whiffies. It is supposed to be window whiffies season, after all.
Evan is curious, though, if you all see the same issue he does here? Evan is not impressed with how much, or more like how little, his mom here opened the window. Talk about stingy.
This human here gets nervous opening the window any more than that. One main reason is because a certain skinny little calico named Tonks can fit in the window if it's open farther than that, and I don't trust her to not push her way through the screen. Sorry, Tonks. And sorry, Evan.
Has autumn arrived for any of you? Are you enjoy some autumn window whiffies? We sure hope you are!
Doodle of the Day: Flashback Monday
I don't usually share a flashback doodle on Mondays. I usually do that on Tuesday and Friday. Honestly, though, my weekend went a bit haywire and I didn't yet get the final touches put on my doodles for this week. So, it's a flashback doodle today, and then new doodles over the next couple of days.
That being said, today's flashback doodle was originally scribbled up last September. As you'll see, it involves a scarecrow. Truth be told, I have mixed feelings about scarecrows. I've always liked the concept of them, but a lot of scarecrow decor out there kind of freaks me out. Perhaps for the same reason that I'm not a fan of clowns or most dolls, scarecrows with certain types of faces just don't do it for me. Ultimately, I've decided that I primarily prefer scarecrows with a quirky sort of twist on them. This flashback doodle from last year is an example of a type of twist I enjoy in a scarecrow.
I love pumpkins, so obviously a scarecrow with a pumpkin for a head is the way to go. Of course, adding some black cats to the mix makes things even better.
***Did you know?
Did you know that you can purchase window screen repair tape? I've mentioned this in the past on more than one occasion. We're referring to a kind of tape that is manufactured out of a material much like window screen. This is a topic we thought worth discussing because of how much cats enjoy watching out windows, but also because their claws sometimes simply don't mix well with window screen material. If your window screen does become torn, perhaps by something such as cat claws, maybe try patching it up with window screen repair tape. Of course, always test to ensure that the tape is holding the screen as is necessary, especially if a furbaby is going to be enjoying the window. Also, though, be careful that your furbaby does not eat the tape, as some cats are drawn to adhesive material.