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One of our enterprising journalism students asked if he could snap a photo or two of me for Cuss Memorial's own student newspaper, the New Frontiersman.  I just got the proofs in my inbox, and I'm very pleased with this one.

Merytamun is being her usual "helpful" self, as you can see.  [sigh]  I keep telling her that cat hair in tea does not constitute an acceptable source of fiber in the diet, although I appreciate her efforts on my behalf. 

Mr. Doug Roth, in the Journalism program, thank you again-- I shall treasure this, and I hope it was a good exercise for you!

((And all I have to say OOC is that [ profile] phoq once again wins the Internet, OMFG.))

Date: 2010-06-21 04:46 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I'm relieved this shot pleases you sir, because that darn cat of yours positively ruined all the other ones I took. In all of my life (albeit brief), I've never seen an animal so intent on making a fool of itself, even if unwillingly so.

I was wondering if you'd like to have a bigger proof, suitable for bigger print. Please let me know through our regular mean of communication.

Again, thank you for subjecting yourself to my camera lens. It was indeed a very good exercise.

Date: 2010-06-21 05:30 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Oh, we definitely must do it again sometime!

And I do apologize for the cat. I had no idea she was such a show-off in front of the adoring public. In particular, I'm very glad that she managed to avoid knocking your tripod over when she took that nosedive from the top of the bookshelf. Perhaps we should have used the tortoises instead-- they may be far, far more devious, but they're better at lurking ominously staying still, at least when they choose to...

I keep wondering how I ended up saddled with a beast without the slightest smidgen of proper feline dignity, but she can't help it, poor thing. I do occasionally threaten to turn her into a fur stole, but frankly, she serves that purpose remarkably well as-is, and the purring is almost as good as a shoulder massage.


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