Our (so-called) "employer"

Our (so-called) "employer"

Monday, November 11, 2013

Mosaic Cats Addict!

Hot off the press! My newest creation. (And no, "press" is not a euphemism for my rear end. I was not sitting on that Jack Russell Terrier frame. It was sitting under me!)






Monday, November 4, 2013

Manic Mosaic Monday!

Happy Manic Monday, Kitties!
I am flooded with inspiration. The Mosaic Lady Muse is a harsh Mistress!
I do not know which of my top ten projects to begin with this week!


Perhaps some yoga stretches will clear my fuzzy mind.
Upward-Facing Cat.


Followed by a moment of silent, centering contemplation.


I think I will start with my donation frame for Brother Wolf Animal Rescue's silent auction at their NewYear's Eve Furball!
I had so much fun a few years ago when I created this one for a Charlie's Angels Animal Rescue silent auction. (Of course Little Bitsy's Mom placed the winning bid!)


It would be nice if Mosaic Lady would favor me with her company, Kitties. 
Even though I am the brains and creativity behind this operation, I am not the thumbs.


Friday, November 1, 2013

Like the Phoenix, We Rise From the Grout Dust (errr... or something.)

Bonjour Kitties!

Have three summers really passed since I was last here? That is a lot of naps! And too few Greenies.

Like many of you, much change has come to Mosaic CatLand. Some loss and letting go. Of Mosaic Dog last December 22 --


-- Mosaic Lady's back molar on January 4, and Mosaic Lady's job yesterday!

In empathic solidarity, I am losing my furs. More honestly, pulling them out. "Psycho(genic) Alopecia", Mosaic Lady calls it. She mumbles something about my second and third chat-ras being congested from emotional suppression and creative repression. She is (still) a freak.


Therefore, part of my new therapy protocol will find me pouring my time and energy back into my job as Mosaic Studio Supervisor.


The theory is that if I am keeping my paws, mouth, and mind busy with inspiring creative projects I won't self-mutilate. Ha.

For those who would be wondering or caring for reasons I can not fathom, yes, Sadie ("The World's Most Peaceful, Loving, Perfect, and LOW MAINTENANCE Cat") still lives here too. 

Much to my chat-grin.