the miao chronicles

Finally, I had a proper photo session with my Miaos! Many factors came together to make it possible (including sunshine and an injured ankle that is keeping me from running), but the most important factor was, of course, the floof factor. I am constantly amazed by the patience of my miaoly models, Lotus and Chun. I can’t accuse Sprocket of being patient, but his persistence with the peacock feather makes up for lack of patience. My Miaoly models have my deepest gratitude. Also, thanks to Mama M for providing us with the bow ties (from Target, I think).

Bow ties + Blue berets = Extreme Cuteness. Please brace yourself for the cutest striped Siamese face ever.

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Cute?
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Very cute.
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Sprocket got the red bow tie with jingle bells.
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Festive!
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I asked them to pose together for a nice brotherly portrait to put on our holiday cards.
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I think we’ll have…

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About Christopher MacLellan

Christopher MacLellan is affectionately known as “The Bow Tie Guy” in many caregiving circles. The author of "What's The Deal with Caregiving?" Chris started a caregiving blog entitled, “The Purple Jacket,” after his partner’s diagnosis of esophageal cancer in 2011. Chris is an ardent advocate for caregivers and their carees through his blog and radio show, “Healing Ties.” Chris and his deceased partner, Bernard Richard Schiffer, were featured in a 2015 Pulitzer Prize nominated caregiving story, “In Sickness and in Health: A Couple’s Final Journey” which has been read by over 400,000 people worldwide. In 2016, Chris earned a masters degree in Leadership and Communication from Gonzaga University and is the founder of the Whole Care Network, Inc. The author of “What’s The Deal With Caregiving”, Chris presents regularly on topics that impact family caregivers and LGBT seniors. I am creating at new life to love now that Caregiving has ended through advocacy, leadership, writing, radio and travel
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  1. Beautiful clicks ! i love cats a lot 🙂

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