From the far end, we have: Susie (looking to see what's going on), Tigger, Willow, Magic (just discernible by her pink collar) and Tubbs.
Nothing remarkable, it would appear. It's feeding time at the zoo, and they are all at the trough.
But this photo is remarkable to me, because this is the first time I've ever seen them all together in one place at one time.
We often get three or four of them in a room together, or out on the drive in the sun, but never all five. Even at mealtimes.
This is a unique moment.
My creativity is a bit like that, too. Writing, editing, critiquing, blogging... In a week, I might do one or two, occasionally three but badly. But these things all demand focus from me and are better kept separated.
At least one of you out there has noticed that my blogging is going through a quiet phase. And it's true.
At the moment, my writing muse is focussed on making life difficult for Shayla Carver. I have a few scenes to strengthen, to disrupt the easy ride she has in places. While I've been doing that, I just haven't been getting ideas to blog about.
And I'm not going to force the issue either. If an idea comes to mind, I'll post it, but blogging should be a joy not a chore, which is why I've never set myself a schedule. I'm still here, visiting and commenting from time to time, but most of the time I'm chasing the muse and the momentum to finish Ghosts and get querying again.
Here, kitty kitty...