WWC: "2" & "Expressive Face"

Twosday Tuesday is for Tink, as she hosts the Weekly Word Challenge. This week we are presenting the number "2" and the phrase "Expressive Face".

You have all seen many photos of my beloved Sibu, but maybe not these particular Expressions on his Face

This is Kai, who I miss dearly. I had to give him up for adoption when I moved into an apartment, but he too had a very Expressive Face. (Standard Poodle - I just couldn't stand those poodle cuts) Photo is from a Polaroid, so it won't enlarge.

Sibu came into my life after Kai - I figured as I was already taking an antihisamine, I may as well have a cat. It was his Expressive Face that made me choose him.

Of course we can't leave out little Shadow. Rikk had to have a kitty of his own to comfort him when he broke his ribs. (Sibu is definately a one person cat) Just look at that Expressive Face!

Sibu took to Shadow right away, so did Kai, in fact Kai tried to swallow him whole!

This Expressive Face is saying: I don't want my picture taken YET again!

2 sock covered feet - it must be cold!

2's on the microwave.

I think about four decks worth of 2!

If you would like to join our band of merry (or nutty) photogs, drop over to see Tink at Pickled Beef and she will give you the scoop.

Have a good day all.

Wow, time for bed, I have had to come back and edit this 4 times now.


Leah J. Utas said...

Good work again.
Sibu is very expressive. There's a certain hint of "must tolerate human" in his fuzzy face, though.

Jay said...

That dog is smiling. haha

Sibu doesn't have a great poker face. I think I would know what cards he was holding. ;-)

Great job with the words!

Hilary said...

Wonderful shots as always, Reb. Those are some cute critters but I agree with Leah. Then again I think most felines have that "must tolerate human" attitude, even if it doesn't show on their faces.

How many decks of cards did you rifle through? ;)

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...


Tink said...

The second shot of Sibu is really beautiful. I like the color of his eyes. Well done this Twosday. ;)

kcinnova said...

Wonderful :)
Your cat is very expressive! Cleopatra did not participate this week. My dh would like a standard poodle (he would also like to give it a mohawk, just to be different) but we are waiting until we have a permanent home.
Cards and feet are 2's that I didn't even think of!

Reb said...

Thanks Leah, yes, he has that one most often ;)

Jay, thanks. Kai was a goofy dog and yes, Sibu lets you know what he is thinking.

Hilary, thanks. I think it was four and I didn't have to rifle, I got in the habit when I was a dealer of putting them back in order before putting them away - sad, I know ;)

Thanks Gary ;)

Tink, thank you. That is the first time I have gotten a good shot of the colour of his eyes.

Thanks Kcinnova. Rest assured the mohawk will only last until he has to comb through knots ;) Oh, and get any colour other than white.

Janet said...

Sibu is so pretty! Great job on the photos and interpretations :-)

Reb said...

Thank you Janet. I won't tell him you think so though, he is vain enough ;)

g-man said...

Well Done. :) That is one moon pie faced cat :)

Reb said...

Thanks G-man!

Redbush said...

I have a friend who named his dog "Two". I didn't ever ask him if that was the spelling. You know, "Do you want some too, or 'come with me too," and many more expressions that I could think of. It must have been very difficult to give up your dog. He has a very expressive face, and standard poodles are very smart!

Reb said...

Thanks Redbush. Yes, it was, I cried for days.

fiwa said...

I love the pictures of your fur babies. You guys are so creative in coming up with pictures for these words!

Thanks for your kind words.

Reb said...

Thanks Fiwa, sometimes it takes a lot of work ;)

the Bag Lady said...

Great shots, Reb! It was nice to see Kai again. He was such a big goofball.

And Sibu definitely IS a one-person cat.

Reb said...

He sure was Sis. Sibu is getting a bit better lately, but not much.

Barbara Martin said...

Excellent photos getting right into what the cats and dog were thinking. Sibu is definitely a 'deep' thinker.

Reb said...

Thanks Barbara, he sure is ;)