Thursday, February 4, 2010


Apothecary: I love this word. It sounds so old-fashioned. And perhaps we are in need of one at our house, as our coughs are still with us! Even I went on antibiotics finally, just in case it had become a bacterial thing...but the only thing the antibiotics are doing is upsetting my stomach.

Thank you for taking time to post your sympathies about Random (previous post). It seems awfully quiet in the house today, without his incredibly loud and frequent meow. I really miss the dude.

The Husband with Rumi, when we first got him (the kitten, not The Husband). Rumi wanted only to be tucked in our shirts for the first few days. It was adorable, but it didn't last.

...and with Mojito. I love Mojito's expression here. They look like they've both been drinking wine.

In Bangalore.

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Janelle Goodwin said...

Love the apothecary painting!

Looks like the animals gravitate toward the Husband. So sweet. Hope you're feeling better soon. Sometimes these bugs are so hard to shake. And I've been enjoying the photos of India!

SamArtDog said...

Interesting; for me, those blue and green shapes drop back behind that rusty raspberry red.

Moji and Himself are/have had too much!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful colors on this one, Jala. And I do think the look on Mojito's face is just too much! He's either love sick or drunk.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

Jala, try those packets of vitamin C powder at CVS - do you have CVS where you are? Those packets are great, make you feel much better. They are called Immune Support Vitamin C 1000mg, and they taste just fine, makes a pink fizzy drink. Has B vitmins, too. If you can get some, please do! I got something my husband had, but much less severe because I started on those. They might make you and your husband get over your coughs faster.