Saturday, September 29, 2007

...and...

Molly has suggested I issue a "Show us your jugs" challenge. She points out the risqué nature of this request (which had not occurred to me; to the pure, all is pure) but rest assured, we're talking milk, cream, custard jugs here. Does your collection rival mine? If so, let's see it.

(Alternatively, show us your two-headed cats. This picture is worth clicking on to get the full effect of the blissful expressions on the catlets' faces.)

11 comments:

Linds said...

I love the jugs! And the cats too of course. Sadly, I have no collection. I don't use them very much. My mother, on the other hand does. She is a collector of everything. I am a failure as a daughter.

meggie said...

Those catlets are certainly all blissed out!
I would love to see people's collections of anything at all... but I am nosy like that.

Angie said...

Sorry - but to me, the obviously "unpure" the same thought crossed my mind. What does that say about me?

Back to the sewing machine. . . happy Monday. I assume it is Monday there, by now. Wee hours, I believe.

Rosemary Grace said...
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Rosemary Grace said...

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The only reason I have no jug collection is that I live in a flat with inadequate cupboard space. For me it's not use jugs, it's ceramics in general: I can't allow myself to visit the Japanese ceramics shop more than once a year or we'll run out of room for food storage. We just decided to add a ceramic tile back-splash to our kitchen, and I got inordinately excited picking designs because decorative ceramics in ANY incarnation are like catnip to me.

The cow creamer photos are coming. I promise. Masters program app has to take priority at the moment.

Yummers! said...

The jugs are so beautiful... what a clever idea for a collection! In the US we call them pitchers. Jugs is so much better... sounds like they all have a bit of Jane Austin in them.
Think of all you would have missed if you had only bought one kitty. You said in the beginning that they would move with your son. Can you really give them up?
Joni

Loth said...

I have only 2 jugs worthy of note (ie not plastic measuring jugs) and really they are not very interesting (just go ahead and fill in your own punchlines). I do not have a two-headed cat either but I do have an occasionally no-legged cat. She tucks herself up in the garden so neatly that you would swear she was limbless. Sadly no photos though. Will try to catch one....

KBG said...

Good for you getting that pic! We have a black cat as well, and she is super hard to photograph. It's like she's in camo always and the camera just can't manage to get her in focus. I'll have to try harder....

velcro said...

no jugs here either apart from a deep blue Ikea one and I doubt that counts. On the cat front, I can't do the double-headed cat photo, but I can do one of the "scratchpost we could have sworn was our couch"

Dawn said...

How irresistable are those kittens...they totally looked conjoined and I love that!

daysgoby said...

I love the catlets - giving you kitty zen, hmm?

One of ours is a master at that. The other one is a pro at being Slippery and Winding Through Your Feet. Usually When You're Carrying Laundry Upstairs.