Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Sex in the City Bunnies

Hello Friends,

I hope your Memorial Day weekend was memorable. Ours was quite pleasant.

Today we are offering you another selection from Annie's animation class at Rhode Island School of Design; this one by Alicia Lane. Harriet and I found it very funny, though Hector is a bit offended at this portrayal of his kind. The dialogue is a clip from Sex in the City.

Until the next,
I remain,

Tuesday, May 19, 2009


Hello friends,

I have been neglecting the blog. I am very busy in ways that could be difficult for you to imagine. A dog of my kind... But here I am to bring you back up to date. Annie was in the news this week in the Newton Tab. The article featured one of my favorite illustrations of hers entitled "Barnyard Crime."

Click on it to make it larger.

This crime happened a few years back at Harriet's grandparents farm. You'll be interested to know that they never did find out who killed that fox. But he was a heartless fellow and no one misses him. Perhaps the killer shouldn't even be punished.

This is an ethical question that we won't address in the blog. I am not the Ethicist. You are, however, welcome to post your comments on this.

As always,
I remain,
interested in your opinions,
your good friend,

Tuesday, May 5, 2009


Well Dear Readers,

Spring is here. With its sunshine and rain. Here at the world headquarters of H&M, Ink., the trees are blossoming.

Do you have seasonal allergies? Hector does (of course). He never goes anywhere without his "petit hankie," as he calls it. And of course he's using it as an excuse not to bring in the mail. "I can't go out of doors," he says with his French accent. "I can't." And then he blows his nose dramatically.

On one of our recent hot days, I went "out of doors" to go for a swing in the back yard, and the elder weasel shared her popsicle with me.

I hope you, too, are enjoying the spring, gentle reader. It is the best season after all, and we should treasure each day.

Your friendly