Works by Dianne Gross-Giese
And cats are not particular, the you alone becoming whoever it is who wishes to be present. And it is that, being present, in being a cat, accepting, being in now.Nicely put together. I hope you had your moment.xoerin
smiles. nice write...my cat thinks she is the mother of my kids...going to check on them before bed at night...
oh yes, that's a good state to be in every now and again.
I liked the matter-of-factness that you gave to it. It was just the right voice.
I trade for you curled up in my lap my stupid as a rock 50 pound puppy who always thinks she fits there. GAH! You did capture rhythm here Dianne. I liked this piece though generally speaking "cat people" are a little twisted, off kilter. You're OK.
Erin, you personify those qualities in your writing I feel.Brian, cats think we are cats too.Shadow, so good to hear from you, you are everywhere all at once.Dave, I am honored, your writing teaches me!Mark, I am also a dog person, black lab-sock eating trying to sleep at my feet like a cat..HA
this is lovely, just right, purr-fect in fact...
I'm sorry I feel like I haven't been here for weeks.I love the picture it is a perfect fit for those words - that look says it allI would love to curl up at times and purr
What a beast. A Cheshire Cat if ever there was one :)