Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Ruby Tuesday

(Please scroll down to read the first two installments of my serial short story. The final installment will post at 5 minutes after midnight tonight.)


It's Ruby Tuesday- hosted by Mary/ the Teach at Work of the Poet . I was going to take the week off because I don't have a lot of Christmas themed material and I posted something else too, but then I decided to play anyway. Please make sure to visit all the wonderful photographers from around the world who explore the world of reds.





Angel Joy with the neighbors Christmas lights behind her.
Taking a rare break from being naughty.


An attempt to be creative and take a picture of the fiber optics in the dark. An attempt.

This is the Christmas moose!

He sits under my tree every year, looking silly. This tree is a touch (only a touch) more elegant than my last one which was apparently designed to be hideous. I loved that tree.


Have a wonderful Tuesday!

20 comments:

San said...

"...apparently designed to be hideous. I loved that tree." Isn't that the truth? So often it's the humbler, ungainly things that bring us comfort.

:o)

Snowbird said...

I love your little Christmoose. He is adorable.

Mojo said...

Gotta love those Charlie Brown trees. I guess I just identify with them.

Yeah, that must be it.

Leora said...

Love the moose and the kitty. I enjoy the kitty, even if she doesn't care to be photographed.

Ralph said...

The moose/mistletoe combination is perfect as a holiday motif. The cat at the red candle is also great. Red is perfect in December!

Felisol said...

Angel Joy,-what a perfect Christmas name, doesn't seem naughty at all.
Well, she just might have that artificial nice look all human put on, begging for goodies.

Christmas tree in the dark,- creative indeed.
The moose with Ruby nostrils was so Ruby Tuesdayish.

I'll come back after midnight for more Diana reading.

From felisol

spiCes said...

i like the christmas moose! and the fiberoptics look great even for a first attempt!:)

Julie said...

Ooooooh another kitty! I like his whiskers!

MyMaracas said...

That's a beautiful cat, and the Christmas moose is a hoot. I love your experiment with the lights!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Angel Joy is much to cute to be naughty! (Bwahahaha!) Cute moose. ;-)

Finding Pam said...

You are so talented! You play the piano, take great photos, write beautiful and have a great attitude. I wish I had your attitude. Will come back to read Diana when I have more time. Great Ruby Tuesday. I love your cats too. Blessings...

Dianne said...

I love the lopsided smirk on Tara Grace's face
She is such a character

I have a little moose too, he hasn't come out of the closet yet hehehe

we did the outside, and by we I mean Jeffrey

I can't find the extra time and energy for the inside yet

napaboaniya said...

That cute moose is looking adorable and comfortable under the tree :)

Jim said...

Hi Katherine, your Christmas moose doesn't look unhappy under the new tree. I remember when you told about getting it given to you.
Do you still have the old one?
Mom's old paper folding tree sold for over a hundred dollars at Dad's auction.
Happy Ruby Tuesday! I'm finally up and running on my JIM'S LITTLE BLOG tonight (late).
..

SnoopMurph said...

I love your Christmas reds and Angel looks very saintly there.

The moose is very cute!

Travis said...

Just wanted to drop in real quick and let you know that I'm saving your serial story for the weekend when I have some more time. I love it when writers post stories.

Cheers!

Carletta said...

These are wonderful Raven. Angel does not look naughty. :)
I'm with Mojo - Charlie Brown trees are irresistable.

Pia K said...

Oh little bluetortie-white Angel Joy is adorable! Although Xmas moosie isn't half bad either...:)

ramblingwoods said...

I love the Christmas moose. I wasn't sure about posting as I don't do much anymore, but I didn't think of my Christmas Eeyore. LOL...

Love your stories, I love to come and catch up...

storyteller said...

Methinks I missed you for Ruby Tuesday, but I believe you dropped by my new Happily Retired Gal blog ... so thanks. I'm feeling STRETCHED to the limit at the moment, but it's interesting to learn about WordPress too. I don't recall if you dropped by Sacred Ruminations yesterday, but there's a hilarious holiday video guaranteed to make you smile and perhaps even laugh aloud posted there whenever time permits.
Hugs and blessings,