What excellent portraits these are!She's such a gorgeous animal.When I said she looks otherworldly in my other comment, I was referring to how, in some shots, her eyes look very spooky and almost transparent.The yard is full of frantic energy today; squirrels and chipmunks running around in a frenzy gathering acorns and seed.Have I asked before why you settled on the name Molly? It seems to fit her. It's such an old school name. I know I've never met a Molly face to face. Or a Sally for that matter.Oh, before I forget. If you want to see an utterly charming and engrossing movie, catch The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. It's one of those films that makes you long to travel to places you've never been.
Love this time of year and watching the squirels gathering acrons (don't ever see any chipmunks!).Molly's eyes do have that look in some of these. And then, in others, she's the classic red eye demon!Named her Molly because it is such a good, fine Irish woman name (thought about Kali, but she looks like Molly!). I will definitely check out the movie. I keep adding more and more to my Netflix queue. Lately, I keep getting movies that won't play. So frustrating. It could be my DVD player. I tried to watch Nostalgia for the Light last night and it froze on me several times. Look it up. I think you'd want to watch it.Enjoy your fall! Wait, that sounds kind of weird. Ummmm...enjoy your Autumn! :)
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