Well, I think I'm famous!
I mean ... if you've got your picture on a T-shirt ... doesn't that make you famous?
I bet you'd feel famous if you had your picture on a T-shirt!
Admit it.  You would.  Wouldn't you.  C'mon now.  Admit it.

So, this is my Sunday Selfie.  Me on a T-shirt.  Famous me!  Cool, huh!
If you want to get your picture on a T-shirt, you can get one from this awesome
store where I got mine from, the people were really nice and did a good job
on my picture and the shirt is super-soft-cotton.  The human loves it.
You can visit here: ANIMAL HEARTED

And to see more Sunday Selfies (probably not on T-shirts) visit today at THE CAT ON MY HEAD.



Something I really enjoy about Photoshop CC is the ability to play around with type fonts.
They can be stretched or skewed.  Warped.  Curved, twisted, bulged.  There are dozens of ways
fonts can be manipulated.  And even once you have altered them and saved them, you can
change the saved/altered version yet again!  And of course you can then 
shadow it, color it, bevel it, or add stroked borders.  
Today's Caturday Art unto itself was quite basic and simple. 
The finished image was mostly just a practice session in the manipulation of a type font.

For more Caturday Art
brought to you each weekend by Athena and Marie



Dougie Dog and Little Zoey ~ they live virtually,
romping, playing, having fun
in the land of Zoolatry.

Sometimes friends will visit, their pictures all can see,
and read the stories, 
of their glories,
they share with you and me.

Dougie Dog and Little Zoey ~ they live virtually,
Doing silly-funny things in the land of Zoolatry. 

Together they can travel, to places far and wide,
to visit friends at other blogs, the ZH by their side.

For 10 years we've been sharing, 
we hope it's not been a bore!
So many friends have filled our lives
with laughter, love and more!

In this land of ours called Zoolatry,
each day seems fresh and new.
In this land of ours each and every
day is better thanks to

Based on PUFF, THE MAGIC DRAGON, recorded in 1963 by Peter, Paul and Mary.  
Music and lyrics by Leonard Lipton and Peter Yarrow, from a poem written by Leonard Lipton in 1959



You know how I love to run and play in my new backyard.  Not a problem when it's dry.  But when it has rained ... well ... I get muddy paws!  And sometimes, when I first go out to run-and-check the perimeter, I'll find a bunny or two in the back brush and wow, let the chase begin!  No way can I catch two of those critters.  The first usually escapes under one of the gates if he's not too chubby.  The other then hides under the shed.  So I'll round-a-bout the shed for awhile, doing my best digging work with nose-and-paws to scare him out of there.  Do I succeed?  Well, no.  Never.  Not yet.  But I do succeed in getting "muddy paws" and often even a "muddy nose".  So, out comes the Paw Plunger!

The humans here LOVE the Paw Plunger.  Me?  Well, it's OK.  I don't really mind it much.  I'm a pretty good dog when it comes to stuff like this.  Here ... I'll show you how it works.  Cause the other day I came up to the deck after a good runabout and I had really muddy paws full of twigs and grass clippings and yuk ... and even my nose was all brown! 

All done!  See the wet paw prints.  Soon as I dry off in a bit of sunshine I get to go inside for a treat and some nap time.  I haven't yet figured out what's so awful about muddy paws.  They don't bother me at all so I don't know why they bother my humans do much.  Do they bother your humans?



Happy Heavenly Father's Day, Poppy Vic

Happy Dad's Day to my son

Happy Dad's Day to my son in law