I’m told I should be able to hear the holidays coming. What do holidays sound like? Is it bells, like in my sister Pia’s jingly mousies? Mousies aren’t holidays. They are just… mousies! Are they crashing and banging, like my sister Tessa when she’s had too much silvervine? That can’t be right. Tessa isn’t the holidays. I’m not sure what hearing the holidays means.
I’ll bet it’s not the sound of scritchy scratching on my tower post either.
Oh, Ceiling Cat, tell me what the holidays sound like. And tell me it’s not the sound of baby sister Viola scratching on my post all the live-long day!
While I’m waiting to hear back from almighty Ceiling Cat, and I’m certain he’ll reply, well, almost certain, maybe pretty certain even, let me share my winter paintings with you. Please click to enbiggen.
I’d been itching to paint for what seemed like weeks and weeks. Mom says it was two days, tops. I think she’s always downplaying things. Finally, I got to dip my paw in that oozy gooey paint and with mom whispering for me to be gentle this time, I created soft winter paintings we’re calling, “Winter’s Frost.” And what great timing, huh? It snowed here, there, almost everywhere last week and has been extra frosty ever since!
They come in 8 by 10 inch art paper size or 4 by 4 inch canvas size. The art paper size comes with a white 8 by 10 inch mat and are ten green papers plus shipping. The 4 by 4 inch canvas size comes with a simple, small easel and are fifteen green papers plus shipping. Both come with my postcard, a new one that I really like. See? That’s me on the front, listening for the sound of the holidays… or just being attentive. I like being attentive.
I hope you like my Winter’s Frost paintings and give a thought of looking more closely at them over at my Art Shop. Maybe you’ll want a Winter’s Frost for your very own. If you like my 4 by 4 inch canvas size best of all and are interested in giving one a forever home (that size isn’t shown yet at my shop), let my mom know she needs to get on the ball at cats at colehaus dot com. She’s pretty good about things like that and I promise she won’t downplay your decision.
* waves * Hi Mom!