On behalf of the A to Z Challenge, Pawsitive Pondering offers up a puppy’s and kitten’s take on just being yourself.
If climbing into a shoe makes you purr
. . .
a good wind-whooshing makes you holler, “Woof!”
then we say,
“Go for it!“
Celebrate your uniqueness!
Luna is our “storm drain kitty,” rescued last October by my youngest daughter. She looks sweet and innocent in the photo, but don’t let her fool you. She’s really a domestic terrorist. Her specialty is glass breakage and annoying the other household inhabitants, human and furry alike. She is lovable as all get-out, though, and we celebrate her individuality with kitty treats and lots of love.
Special Agent McGee is a miniature Dachshund who loves the wind in his hair. . .er, ears. A daredevil, he fears no circumstance (as long as his human mom is holding onto him and keeping him safe, as she was in this photo).
Scroll down for this week’s microfiction!
Microfiction, compliments of Succinctly Yours at Grandma’s Goulash
, is presented below. Each tale is 140 characters or less. Here is my take on this week’s photo, with use of “procrastinate,” the word of the week:
Ben procrastinated boarding.
Sick of sales meetings, airports and boring flights,
“Mother was right. I should’ve been a doctor.”
* * * * * * * * * *
Molly bounced with excitement.
She noticed that Mama laughed,
and didn’t even say to “settle down.”
All because Daddy would be here soon!
See you tomorrow for more Pawsitive Pondering and the letter J!