Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Charlotte The Movie Star

At some point, maybe even later today, I'll write a real blog entry (or at least what poses as a real blog entry here), but I just downloaded this fabulous film noir movie of Charlotte, and I'm way too impatient to wait and actually write something.

So here's Charlotte!


Anonymous said...

Simply adorable!

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Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

Hi Anonymous Santa Fe-

I am so infatuated (and so looking for excuses not to work) that I made another movie and added it to the blog.

What can I tell you? Hollywood loves sequels!

Anonymous said...

I just hope you (someday) decide to let Miranda have a kitten just as adorable.

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Alice said...

Awwwwwwwwwww, she is just precious!!!!! So fluffy and cute!!!! :D

I love the word verification they use on gmail, they always make such funny words. Today it's "baphait".

Becky said...

Both movies are adorable. Charlotte is just too too cute and precious. I wish I could entertain myself that easily :)

Linda Jacobs said...

Looks like you got a winner! She's quite the frisky kitty. Fun!

Anonymous said... without kitten videos, where would we be!

Susan, you have a winner there!


Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

Charlotte the kitten and I say hello to Alice and Becky and Linda Jacobs and Anonymous Kylen-

I've started work on B3, and I have to admit Charlotte is a bit of a distraction. Also, she's very interested in everything having to do with the computer. She likes seeing things go on the monitor (with a particular interest in the cursor) and watching paper come out of the printer, and typing on the keyboard, and playing with the mouse cord (I'm trying to discourage that one).

I'm also sensing that the rest of the world is perhaps not quite as infatuated with Charlotte as I am. Silly world. Still, out of deference to all humanity, I'm trying to stop shoving photographs and videos in people's faces

Alas, trying and succeeding are two different things!

Anonymous said...

I actually navigated to your site to help me in my discussions with students about td&tg and I wound up finding so much more info than anticipated! I love your blog and how you share your thoughts and feelings (which is what we always discuss in writing) with your fans and readers. It allows for greater connections and more meaningful reading. I can't wait to share with my students.
As for Charlotte, I have experienced similar losses which I will not delve deeply into, but one thing I know for sure is that A-she can't be replaced for who she was, and B-another cute, adorable, loving kitten will melt away the loss and sorrow quicker than anything you can imagine.
:) Abby McCarthy