Sunday, July 26, 2009

Bella Sinclair Award / Lynxdance


I got this blog award from Gwen Bell and Laurel Daniel. This is a women-only one. Thanks, ladies! I in turn, with affection but without fanfare, pass it on this time to: Loriann Signori, Kelley MacDonald, Cathyann Burgess, Liz Holm, Rahina Qh, Sandra Galda, Bonnie Luria, and Leslie Saeta. As always, those who've already been tagged may opt out if desired.



Lynx's Native American name must be "Dances With Shadows":

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9 comments:

rgarriott.com said...

What a cutie! Better alert the National Ballet.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

I am truly honored with the award, Jala, and though I got it before, will tag more people (I wanted to tag you last time, but I think I had tagged you for the most recent award, and didn't want to be a pest!) - there's lots of girls in the sisterhood out there!

I love your little Lynx - and she does dance with the shadow - what spirit!

LSaeta said...

Thanks Jala! I am honored to be given this award. Now ... that Lynx ... what a cutie. I had forgotten how wonderful kittens could be ...

rahina qh said...

so present is a little kitten, not a worry in the world and all that concerns it is the present moment. thank you so much for the award Jala, i hope i can live up to it. best wishes r.

Cathyann said...

Cute! I like it..dances with shadows...you really need to paint some of these. Immortalize the little lynx. Actually...a book is in order. Perhaps The Hijinx of Lynx? great kiddie lit title..there's more in your future as author and illustrator here.
Thanks for the award which is the second one. I am grateful for your thoughts.

no importa quien soy. said...

Great dancer!

Me encantaron los movimientos de su cola y sus patitas!!!!!!

Saludos desde Argentina!!!!!!!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

precious, precious, precious!

bonnieluria said...

Thank you Jala- for putting me in the same post with such good company.

And with all those artists too!

( does the delightful sarcasm of Lynx love translate in this comment ?)

That kitten is star material and lucky to live with a producer, director, cinematographer and PR person.

loriann said...

Hi Jala and thank you for thinking of me! I'm so flattered because it's me who always comes here to you to be inspired! I always appreciate that you take the time to share your art, your thoughts, your kitten and make insightful comments on our blog sites!
Yours, in sisterhood, Loriann

I think we have all fallen in love with Lynx-muffin.You know just how to portray his sweet kittenhood.