Author Archives: Jean Tuttle
Happy to report that Charlotte seems to be doing much, much better today…and has been taking her new insulin shots like a champ. Appreciate all the well wishes and good tips from our friends over at Facebook meanwhile — Thanks … Continue reading
I hope no one will find today’s cartoon in poor taste. The truth is, all of us here are terribly concerned about our Miss Charlotte, since her blood work came back yesterday, and a diagnosis of diabetes was confirmed. —Even … Continue reading
Charlotte doesn’t always dress up on Sundays, but she did for this morning’s doodle for Dad, as there was a pretty paper doily sitting on the table, leftover from dinner, when I sat down last night to draw his cartoon.
Hope all you dads out there had a wonderful Father’s Day, and got to wear your own crowns all day long.
Blackie popped up in this morning’s cat doodle to bring birthday greetings to a dear friend of ours. Hope you had a wonderful birthday—and Earth Day—dear Dorothy!
One of the reasons I love Easter (aside from all the chocolate) is because it provides plenty of material for cat doodles for the whole week preceding, as Charlotte hones in on the crowning touch for her Easter outfit. Here … Continue reading
Some of us stayed up and watched; some of us just dreamed about it. But if you were in the camp that snoozed through last night’s “blood moon” total eclipse, here’s how I captured it in this morning’s breakfast table … Continue reading
“In Spring a black cat’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of…Charlotte.” And what a lovely kitty she is! Charlotte insisted I make many practice sketches of “just her” frolicking, to make sure I captured her loveliness “just right.” Meanwhile, some … Continue reading
It must be spring — finally! — because today the lawn guy came to treat our grass. Even though we now employ a “natural” (supposedly non-toxic) lawn service, I still put up little signs asking them to please not treat … Continue reading