Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Tuesday ~ The Mad {Crazy Cat} Lady with a Box (Attn: Doctor Who fans!)

I went Home last night after work, just because I felt like being with my family. I never want more than a few days to go by without seeing them, just because I want to always be up on their lives. So I detoured out of my new-normal route home to pay a visit. 

We chatted, we got caught up (on the barely 48 hours that had past since I last saw them, haha), and I went and got my cat-fix for the day. Stuart brought The Poof-Cat (real name being Petri/Petie, but we do believe in the evolution of cat names!) to see me, and just as I was about to give up on seeing my dearest Jonesie, she came gracefully walking towards me to say hello. I'm over there so much that the cats probably don't even know that one of the family is no longer there, but I can sure tell the difference.

This is my darling Jones. She is of a calm temperament, loves to have her belly scratched and her favorite past-time is hunting in the fields by the house for unsuspecting rodents. If cats received awards for the amount of rodent extermination they handle, Jonesie would have a trophy cupbard full of them.


Just look at that sweet face.


And of course, I know all you Doctor Who fans out there have completely ignored my cat and have zeroed in on the picture on the right.

Yes. What you see is correct: that is, indeed, a baby Tardis. Yet another creation by master craftsman Stuart. This one is to be attached to the chain of my ceiling fan, instead of the little wooden ball that currently hangs there so boringly. This one is once again made of wood with paper accents, hand-painted and of course, designed entirely by Stuart himself.

And I'll let you in on a  hint of a secret: Stuart may or may not be "opening shop" in the Tardis building department, since some of you expressed an interest in perhaps procuring your own personal time-machine. :) Feel free to shoot me an email or comment if such an idea tickles your fancy and you want to discuss it further. 

Have a lovely Tuesday!

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    1. Thanks, Iris! I quite agree with you. :)

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  2. Your cat is so regal and feminine. I love her eyes! What a huntress ;) Our kitty is a rodent killer too. We usually put her up at night but I've been known to leave her out on purpose so she could take care the occasional mouse in our home. I'm thankful for her pest controlling abilities :)

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    1. She is quite feminine, that a perfect word for her! Nothing trashy about her, it's all class. :) You're cat just sounds like Wonder-Cat! We must clone her. :)

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  3. *sniffsniff* I miss our kitties! We had four, but a couple moved on the the big kitty box in the sky and others we had to give up 'cause they were sick and we haven't gotten new ones yet! =(
    A Tardis light chain pull? How fantastic is that????

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    1. Oh, KatySue! My feline-loving heart goes out to you! You really should get another one. I'm sure no life is complete without a cat!

      And yes, it's pretty fantastic! :)

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  4. A BABY Tardis!? That is too cute for words, Kellie. Good for your brother! :)

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    1. My thoughts exactly, Rissi! It's really the cutest thing!!

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  5. I wish I could have a cat...or three, haha. If only my mother wasn't allergic (aside from the fact that she can't stand cats!). Your cat seems absolutely lovely.
    Ooh, and the baby TARDIS is adorable! I bet it looks perfect hanging from your ceiling fan!

    ~Vicki
    Decked Out in Ruffles

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    1. Can't stand cats? Oh, that is SO sad! I wish that you could have a cat, too! Life is complete when there's a can nearby.

      I just love my baby Tardis! It's so cute and tiny! :D

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  6. What a cute idea for a chain pull thingy!

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  7. Such a pretty cat! Cats are so wonderful, it's impossible to not love them.

    And MINI TARDIS!!! Oh my goodness, it's adorable! Your brother is so amazingly talented! If he does open shop, I might end up having to buy something. :x

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    1. Ah, Laurie, thanks for agreeing with me on cats! I ran into a pin on pinterest today that so dissed on cats I was actually quite livid! Cats are so important to me, I can't imagine anyone not liking them! I don't like dogs, but I don't get mean against dogs...but people who don't like cats get so MEAN about it! *sniff sniff*

      If he does open shop, you can also count on the prices being reasonable and affordable! Especially for the baby Tardis's. :D

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  8. This is such a good looking cat! I enjoyed this post very much.

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    1. Thanks, Gina, and thanks for stopping by!

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  9. I was going to say Stuart should open his own biz!! :) I'm not a Dr. Who viewer...but I am a sucker for anything mini. :) Love your heart for your family girl!! I am the same way, and some people just don't get it.

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    1. Isn't it so sad that so many people just don't understand real familial bonds?? I can't imagine life without my family and if I had to pick one thing "if I was stranded on a desert island"....I'd say MY FAMILY. :D We're closer than close and I'm proud of it. Even if people look at me weird and think I'm too dependent on family. :)

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  10. BABY TARDIS!!!! Well I'm in love!!! <3

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  11. You are right, my thoughts went from..."Aww, such a sweet darling face. Look at that adorable kitty! Let's just scroll down further to see more of her adorableness......WHAT!!! A mini TARDIS!!!! " Yep. That was me.
    And "Stuart may be opening a shop" is music to my ears! Keeping all my fingers and toes crossed and waiting with bated breath....

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    1. Hehe, as much as I love my cat...that baby Tardis IS more of an eye-catcher. ;)

      I will definitely keep you all posted as to when "shop" opens! :)

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