Thursday, August 21, 2008

Friday cat blogging on Thursday

Both +Maya and I are out of words for now. I am all wordy on campus in this first week of school, both listening and dispensing, and Her Grace makes great speeches when I come home. I suspect she sleeps while I am away --I know she has not been blogging-- but who knows, she may be working on the Great Feline Novel or off on pastoral visitations.

We do, however, have pictures for you. This one is from the Lambeth trip and we have been saving it. You didn't know +Maya had an English cousin, did you? Well, here she is. Or he? It matters not.

Photo courtesy of our friends from the Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil. All hail to the Global Center. As you can see, the gorgeous feline is deep in conversation with Brazilian interlocutors and about to extend the right paw of kittehship.


Unknown said...

Aw... so cute... is Brasil ready for a feline Bishop?

June Butler said...

Tell +Maya that I have English cousins, too, but I have never met them. I don't even know their names, but I know they're there.

Kitten said...

I actually thought that was +Maya for a minute there. It's nice to know that one can find such beauty and grace in many different parts of the world.

Fran said...

What a Brazilian beauty!!

Jane R said...

Well, it's an English cat, but s/he was talking with the Brazilians.

Which, come to think of it, is what more humans in the C of E should be doing.

So, as usual, the four-legged ones lead the way.

And yes, in addition to being wise and smart, that cat is a beauty!