I have had the column / architectural stamps for at least 30 years and I can't remember EVER using them on a card. I knew today was the day since John was an architect. My crazy cats (obviously) are John - the black cat and Lori - the blonde tabby - who is showing an appropriate amount of concern. BUT men being men downplay "situations" and let the women folk do the worrying. I hope today's recipients will get a chuckle from the tongue in cheek humor.
Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 GMT Views: 285
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Wed, Jun 09, 2021 @ 10:38 AM
John says, "It's a leaner!" We're Howling and Yowling!!!! You are the cat's meow with your cute and clever purrsonalized card for us. I think we will display it so that our cat, Kilo, can enjoy it, too. I am hugging you, sweet friend. Thank you.
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Thu, Jun 10, 2021 @ 4:32 AM
I saw this last night and loved it. It makes good use of those cats rather scared looking expressions. The Corinthian (if memory serves) column is brilliant. Brings back memories of our visit to the Parthenon. On the last day of our trip, we visited my sister-in-law's cousin and her husband, who are missionaries based in Athens. They brought us to the mission building, and the view from the roof was almost level with the Parthenon, giving us a different perspective on it.