Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Maxie's a fan. No foolin' (well, uh, maybe)

Maxwell: Tomorrow's the big release for book 2 in the Sol Dissolution series, so I thought I'd show my support by posing next to the cover art.

(and trying to eat the eraser off her pencil, but I digress)

I'd give it two thumbs up, except, well...
A. No thumbs, and
2. I, uh, can't read.

(How'm I doing? Can I stop now? I think my chin muscles are cramping....)

Good job, dood.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Two outlets and a Tonk

Faraday: *grumble* Who put this stuffs on the kitchen table, where I was gonna take my Monday nap?

Maxwell: Dood, sweet! Looks like someone's gonna do some electrical wiring!
That's fourteen gauge wire, unless I miss my guess.... And check it out! Two outlets and a GFCI.

Faraday: I'll GFC-YOU if you don't get this stuffs offa my table.
Seriouslies, Maxie, I'm not a Monday kinda kitty. You know these things.

The Mom: Let's talk about the fact you're on the kitchen table to begin with, why don't we?

Faraday: *stink-eye* Suuuuure, Mommy.
Soon's you set down that camera.

I can tell what a huge priority it is for you an' stuffs.

Maxwell: Dood. Burnnnnnn.

Is it Tuesday yet?


Wednesday, March 25, 2020

A View from a Cup

...a cat cup, that is.


Monday, March 23, 2020

Very punny, Faraday.

Faraday: Hey, Maxie, whatcha doin'?

Maxwell: Measuring the height of my box. Let's looks like it's about twelve hands, give or take a paw....
Faraday: You're measuring in hands?
Maxwell: Well, I heard that's how they do it with horses, so I figured I'd give it a try.

Faraday: Uh, Maxie, you ain't got no hands.
Maxwell: You think you can do it any better? Why don't you come over here and give it a try, then?

Faraday: Nope, you jus' go on ahead wif that. You're the one who does maths and stuffs.
When it comes to measuring stuff, I'm all thumbs.

Maxwell: ...


Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Nap like...

...the whole world's watching and thinks you're adorbs.


Monday, March 16, 2020

That's not social distancing.

Maxwell: You're in violation of CDC Guidelines, Allie.
They clearly state you're to maintain a distance of six feet from everyone.
I can feel your breath on me. Back away.

Allie: I will as soon as you get off the lounger, Maxie, and give someone else a turn for once.