Friday is usually the day of the Friendly Fill-Ins challenge, co-hosted by Ellen of 15andmeowing. This week we're taking a short break from filling in fill-ins, however. The Friendly Fill-Ins will resume next week.
Fear not, though, because this Friday still has fun things in store. After all, it's the day of the Pet Photo Fails! Blog Hop, hosted by Mudpie and Melissa of Melissa's Mochas, Mysteries, & Meows.
Many of you probably already know which kitty around here will be starring in today's bloopers. If you guessed Eddy, you know Eddy well and are correct.
This series of bloopers started with me trying to get shots of Eddy from some semblance of a unique angle.
I thought standing beneath Eddy as she stood at the top of her cat tree would result in some cute photos of this girl. Instead, all I got was a bunch of bloopers of a kitty who refused to look at the camera or cooperate in any way.
Do you think my attempt at getting shots of Eddy from a fun angle worked? No? Yeah, me neither. This failed photo shoot did provide us with plenty of shots for today's Pet Photo Fails! Blog Hop, though!
Happy Friday, friends!
Doodle of the Day: Flashback Friday
Today's flashback doodle comes from last Christmas season, 2018. Ever since I was a child, it's been tradition to put my Christmas tree and other Christmas decorations up the day after Thanksgiving. It's been a real struggle to wait this long, especially since Thanksgiving was so late this year. Anyway, given that I'll be decorating for Christmas today, and that I'll be getting lots of help from the kitties in the house, the following is the flashback doodle I chose to share today.
I've mentioned before that I typically don't enjoy seeing flashback doodles of mine in which I failed to give tails to all the doodled kitties or pups. Nowadays, any kitty or pup in my sketchbook is considered incomplete to me until they have their tail. That being said, the above doodle indeed stars a few kitties without tails, but I'll admit that this time I don't mind. I remember when I was first sketching out this doodle last year. I tried to give all the kitties tails, but adding tails kept warping the imagery of the kitty Christmas tree. So, the majority of the kitties have their tails hidden away in this doodle, but in this particular instance I can live with that and actually don't mind.
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