Monday, May 08, 2006

On Display

Today, you can see more of me than you probably ever wanted to.

But first I bring you something cuter and sweeter:


And now, I must confess that where you can find me is not here, but here, at JB Thompson's blog. I was honoured to be asked by author JB Thompson to do an interview for her blog, and she's got some rare photos up in amidst my ramblings.

So, drop by and at least offer her your sympathies for putting up with me. She does a great job with these feature interviews, and if you don't like the one with me, skip back a bit in the archives and you'll find a great one with JT Ellison.

10 comments:

JamesO said...

Good interview, Sandra, and you were right to get rid of those glasses.

The things people did in the eighties...

Sandra Ruttan said...

Thanks James - DON'T FORGET TO COMMENT AT JB's too guys! Thanks, let her know she did a great job.

Thing with those glasses is that you have better peripheral vision.

Brett Battles said...

Great interview, Sandra...my other comments are at J.B.'s.

J.B. Thompson said...

Aw, guys! Thanks so much for your very nice comments, but I don't deserve any of the credit. I just ask the questions - Sandra's answers were what made the interview so great!

And Sandra, don't feel bad - I just got rid of MY big-frame a la '80s glasses TWO YEARS AGO.

;) JB

JT Ellison said...

JB, you didn't just tell me that, did you?
Sandra, great interview. It's so cool to know some of the events that make you tick.
And the kitten is so damn cute! I have a tiger stripe named Jade, I wonder if she looked like this when she was a baby. Awwww....

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Sandra Ruttan said...

Mindy, everyone was too drunk to remember.

JB, really? You know, now that I think of it, my glasses keep getting smaller and smaller and smaller - even a year ago I had bigger frames than these. Okay, smaller than the ones in that picture - a lot smaller - but bigger than these.

JT, that's Li'l Stuart, and he is such a ham! He loves tummy tickles!

Erich Haught said...

Dear lord, it's a cute freak out!

Kate said...

Li'l Stuart is very cute!

But he wouldn't be as interesting in an interview as you were, Sandra!

Lisa Hunter said...

Sweet kitties. Do you get to write off your catnip toys since you blog about them? (I'm not getting into whether you can write off other types of toys just because you write about them...)