email to Jessieh. "Please do not brush my fur in the backwards direction."
Hi Jessieh this is Lloyd. I was thinking about starting a blog. Maybe I should start with my own email address first....
If I had a blog- what would I call it? "Lloyd Speaks"? "Lloydconstellation"? "Mr. Fuzzy Bunny Wonderfulness"? "The blog where two adult women recovering from DID express the abused child part of their ways of being through the funny and outrageously soft and silly cat that is Lloyd"?
Do you think that last title is too long?
If I wrote a book about myself.... what do you think it should be about? This is the book idea I have had for a while now: It would be about how I sleep all day and my 'owner' (Jenny) thinks that I am really really lazy... because I sleep ALL DAY and also eat a lot and then sleep more. But then at night, when Jenny is sleeping, I go out and work a lot of different jobs. Like driving a fish delivery truck in the night, delivering blankets to homeless people and ok, sometimes just going out to play card games with other cats in the neighborhood. But while we are playing card games we could also be planning projects.... like how to help homeless cats or people.
Maybe Jenny should start to research how to do a children's book. Maybe she could help me find out what I would need to do to get it published.
Can you write me back at Jenny's email address and just put "TO LlOYD" in the subject line? I will tell Jenny you will be writing when you get the time and I will ask her not to open our correspondence.
By the way, have you seen this website: http://icanhascheezburger.com ? Jenny thinks it is kind of funny and I am glad it gives her a laugh, but I find it really insulting. Many cats I know have far better language skills than the average human being.
Also, there was an interesting article in the paper this morning about a woman who won the nobel prize for science. It is for work she is doing involving DNA. When she got the call saying that she had been given the award, she was folding laundry. The article was a lot about how not very many women have been given the award for science and about the how the entire 'world of science' is 'mostly for men' (I am paraphrasing here, obviously). The article ended with a line about how when she heard that Obama had been given the award too, she thought something like, "I bet he was not folding laundry when he got his phone call." I thought that was both funny but mostly such a good commentary about how women are still regarded with such a low level of consideration in today's society. One has to wonder how the world might be if women were treated with more equality. If that scientist had someone to do her laundry and cook her meals, would she have already worked out another major contribution to the world of science?
It is startling and painful to realize how many woman and children probably never have a chance to do or make the things that they could create.... Sorry- my thoughts are drifting. I was starting to go off on a philosophical bender there, but I suddenly feel like I really need a nap.
I love you Jessieh.
Always your Mr. Fuzzy Bunny Wonderfulness,
p.s.- Have you talked to Jenny recently? I think she is having some sort of therapy breakthrough...