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NF-Lee's Gildor and Frodo

New kittens coming ~ plus a few fall photos.

Posted on 2008.10.23 at 20:33


(Anonymous) at 2008-10-26 20:09 (UTC) (Link)
Angelo looks very 'chilled out' in your hubby's arms, Mechtild.

The kittens are adorable ~ as are all baby animals in my eyes ~ and these two will grow more beautiful as they mature. Your scenario for naming 'Chaahhhlz' bought visions of 'Brideshead Revisited' or 'Rebecca' to mind. I always loved 'Born Free,' and Elsa is such a pretty name. I hope dear Angelo accepts those two young whipper-snappers when they arrive. I'm sure all three will be curled up together on the cat-bed before too long. The 86 year old lady is amazing.

The picture of the fennec fox you posted in your reply to Pearl reminds me so much of my sister's little dog, Ellie. Her ears are exactly the same, and she is mostly white, too.

Such beautiful autumn colours in your photographs, and that's a lovely park, Mechtild ~ an elf would not look out of place there.

~ Blossom.
mechtild at 2008-10-27 21:30 (UTC) (Link)
Dear Blossom,

Thanks for the lovely kitty comments! We are at the moment away from home, "up the shore" for two days, so that my husband can have had a vacation while our daughter is here with us. I'll be taking her to the Wash. D.C. area in a couple of weeks to visit grandma and my brother, but my husband will stay here, and take care of poor Angelo (yes, I think he's going to end up loving having the kittens for company). But the hotel has a computer guests can use in the lobby. I'll do a post, perhaps, on the stay, because it's so pretty here. I've been taking LOTS of pictures.

Your scenario for naming 'Chaahhhlz' bought visions of 'Brideshead Revisited' or 'Rebecca' to mind.

Yes! In fact, I named the woman "Julia" in my scenario, which is the name of Charle's amour (Sebastian's sister) in Brideshead. (The old TV series of Brideshead is one of amy all-time favourite dramas.)

Your sister's dog looks like a fennec? I would just *melt* for it, then. I just love foxy-looking dogs, and fennecs are irresistible.
(Anonymous) at 2008-10-29 17:02 (UTC) (Link)
'Your sister's dog looks like a fennec? I would just *melt* for it, then.'

I don't know how I would post a picture in here, Mechtild, so I have just sent you an e-mail with a photograph of Ellie attached.

I took a peek at Lavendertook's autumn pictures ~ they are gorgeous!

~ Blossom.
mechtild at 2008-10-29 18:43 (UTC) (Link)
I got your email, Blossom. Such a cutie-pie! As for posting the images, the only way I have found is to post them the way I post to this journal, by first uploading them into a photo account (like Photobucket). If you have such an account, there is usually an option provided for the images to copy and paste url addresses, according to whether you want it to show up as a link or an image, in what sort of format. To post it on LJ, I'd copy and paste the image's "HTML code". Here's a link to a page in Photobucket.


For example, just look under the image of the fennec I uploaded, top left. There are four options below it. "HTML code" is the third one down. If I just want to post the image as a link in an entry or a comment, then I copy and paste the second option, "Direct Link".

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