My hand illustrated angel cat t-shirts were quite a success. I'd like to introduce you to a few of my customers who are enjoying them too:
Here's Dean! Dean noticed my t-shirts and asked me to fix him up with one. He said he needed a new t-shirt to play poker in and show off to the guys. After the fitting, he liked the shirt so much, he decided to keep it on.
Hey, to anyone out there in cat land, if you know Dean, (he and his wife exhibited at the show), please forward this story to him and forward his email address to me. He wrote it down, however, I cannot read his handwriting (Oh, no!). I definitely want him to see his picture and am dying to hear what his poker playing buddies thought of his angel cat t-shirt.
Meet Carol! She sits on the Board of Directors of Purebred Cat Breed Rescue. PCBR is a non-profit 501(c)3 volunteer operation with foster homes throughout the state of North Carolina. Click here to read their mission statement.
Say "hello" to my new friend, Robyn! (crowd says: "Helllll-lo Robyn!")
Robyn purchased her angel cat t-shirt from me on Saturday and modeled it on Sunday. I corralled her into my booth to take this happy picture of her. She has the whitest pearly whites, doesn't she? (*big smile*) Pretty hair too!
Do you see that bag Marilyn is holding? Inside of it, is the t-shirt off of my back. Literally! I'm not kidding! Marilyn liked the angel cat t-shirt I was wearing so I offered it to her. (*POOF*) Marilyn's wish was granted!
Dean, Carol, Robyn, Bob and Marilyn: Thanks for being such good sports. Please feel free to download your picture from this blog post for your scrapbook.
OMG! Where has time gone? Wasn't this a fun post? I will bring my camera to all future events in hopes of capturing everyone who has adopted my art into their lives.
Here's to all of my customers celebrating their love of pets: Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for supporting my artistic endeavors. I totally enjoy making you smile.
PS: To my good friend, Melissa : Happy Birthday, Girl! We met through your volunteer efforts with the West Suburban Humane Society during my art show at the Chicagoland Family Pet Expo. You are truly a dear friend. (*HUGS*--*squeeze*, *squeeze*) Love your new red "do" in this picture.
I had a ball meeting new customers, vendors and kitties at the Cotton States Cat Club 70th Annual CFA Championship and Household Pet Show a few weeks ago at the Gwinnett Center. Thank you all for supporting my artistic endeavors.
For everyone who placed special t-shirt orders: As of today, they have all been shipped. Hope you are pleased with them as much as I was in creating them. (Click on the images to enlarge view.)
I heard an interesting story while at the show. A lady asked me if I had cats. I told her I was unable to have them due to the litter box odor with my MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity) and asthma. She indicated her cats were potty trained. Of course, I laughed and told her she was fooling me.
I’ve never heard of a cat that uses the toilet and flushes it. Okay, I have but only in Hollywood in the movies, “Meet the Parents” and “Meet the Fockers”. Jinx, the cat, uses and flushes the toilet.
The lady told me her cats use the toilet and then flush it by pulling on the string attached to the lever. Speaking of pulling, I saw a fabulous greeting card the other day that read:
The Real Story Behind the Big Bang Theory.....
Pull My Finger!
(*giggle*)(*giggle*) How funny is that?
Soooooooooo, can anybody out there in cat land tell me if this is really true about cats using a toilet and flushing it? Leave me your post in the comments section at the end of this entry for all to read. I’m dying to know if this is true or if this lady was pulling my finger. Oops, I mean leg--ha!
Stories like these that keep me coming back for more. I have secured booth space to sell my art and listen to your interesting stories at:
Located at Georgia International Convention Center (near Hartsfield International Airport) 2000 Convention Center Concourse College Park, GA 30337 770.997.3566 Open to the public Friday, November 21, 2008, 12noon-6:30pm Saturday, November 22, 2008, 9am-6pm Sunday, November 23, 2008, 8am-5pm
Admission Adults--$8.00 each Seniors (62+) & Children (6-12)--$6.00 each (copy and print coupon for $1 off adult admission to the show)
My booth number is 202
Over 900 cats will be featured at this show in “Catlanta”. I hope to see you there and look forward to hearing more fun cat stories! >"<
Yesterday was pure R&R with the family. It was a beautiful, blustery autumn day, excellent conditions for kite flying at Mount Tabor Park located in Dallas, GA.
There she is, my crayon kite. Look at those strikingly bright colors! Crayolas were my first art medium as a child. Still use them to this day. Now they come in neon and metallic colors. Yee-ha!
It's not often we have blustery, Winnie-the-Pooh, days here in GA--makes me think of my Windy City home.
Hum for a Blustery Day
Hum dum dum ditty dum Hum dum dum
Oh the wind is lashing lustily And the trees are thrashing thrustily And the leaves are rustling gustily So it's rather safe to say That it seems that it may turn out to be It feels that it will undoubtedly It looks like a rather blustery day, today It sounds that it may turn out to be Feels that it will undoubtedly Looks like a rather blustery day today
(From: Winnie The Pooh and the Blustery Day Written by: Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman Performed by: Sterling Holloway [Pooh])
Here's my loyal companion, Lucy, and me flying the kite together. Check out the magnificent colorful foliage in the background.
Lucy with Daddy. Who's walking who? Ha!
At the end of our park time, Steve feeds Lucy an apple.
Family day was wonderful. We spent it at the park and driving down Burnt Hickory Road to look at additional fall foliage. We made a pitstop along the way to Bruster's Real Ice Cream. Lucy loves their doggie sundeas. Yum-O!