Between Productivity Logs and Art Experience Logs, I almost have no need to make personal entries around here anymore. Which is making it difficult to catch up on all these old photos I still need to post. So here’s a photodump. The first couple are from 2012, and the rest are from 2013. They’re mostly of my cat, but there is some human nudity with sideboob.

First, some guinea pigs. I am so damn allergic to guinea pigs.

Then it is I! In a Santa hat!

And the aforementioned nakedness, to show the tattoo I’d just gotten:

Once upon a time, some carpet became torn out (I forget why; I think we were replacing it) and placed on the back porch. Rosie, who was still alive at that time, found it a comfortable place to take a nap.

Here’s a giant syringe full of propofol:

And Waybee! Taking a nap on my coat! She always curls up on a coat or jacket I lay on the bed.

I don’t even remember where this rabbit was, but obviously I thought it was cute enough to take a picture of.

Here Waybee sweetly rests her chin on a bottle of melatonin:

And here she just sprawls:

OK, so, here’s an example of how smart people are in the vet field. A “Honeydew List” shouldn’t be a difficult pun to understand, but this gal never quite got it.

Here’s Waybee helping with some paperwork:

And here’s Waybee chilling under the treadmill:

At Edible Arrangements (where, you may recall, I worked for about two years), we used to cut bunny shapes out of pineapple for Easter/spring-themed arrangements. And they’re kinda cute… but I also think they look kinda like xenomorphs. See if you agree.

One time a dog with a bleeding wound on his pinna came into the clinic I did my first internship at. He had long floppy ears, and when he shook his head, he splattered blood all over the entire room. This is a photo of only a small part of the wall and door, and doesn’t give anything like an idea of the range of bloodspattering. It took me, like, an hour to clean up.

I used to take pictures of arrangements at EA when I thought they were particularly cute.

And this arrangement was unfinished, but I took a picture because I thought the existing colors looked really cool. I would have had to put orange cantaloupe onto it after this point and completely spoil the effect.

Once at cantata I found a little ball of coiled wire or something that had obviously been a decoration on a dress or part of a necklace or something — I never did figure out exactly what it is, and I still even have it. Also, my phone at the time wasn’t very good at taking close-ups of small objects.

Aww, look at my little dregon! She so sweet!!

This is the arrangement I made to thank that first internship vet clinic I mentioned for having me. While we worked at EA, we could buy an arrangement and then make it ourselves and just put whatever we wanted on there… it was great. I thought this one came out extremely cute. We didn’t usually dip the little stars in chocolate, but they were just adorable that way.

This was a sign (a larger sign, apparently) at that same vet clinic. Go figure.

Here’s Waybee helping me draw:

I don’t remember why this mattress was in the family room propped up against the kitchen counter, but Waybee can’t resist a propped-up mattress. Observe the photoshoot-like quality of the following five images:

Oh, yeah! Last of all is a totally modern photo from less than a month ago!! It is I again! A new phone selfie; how about that!

And really last of all, please enjoy these pluses that Waybee has kindly added to the post with her sweet little paw:
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