All higher knowledge in her presence falls/Degraded.
Congratulations and welcome!
As long as its a photo, and not an oil painting, I think you're okay.
Wow. When you fall, you really fall fast!
My kitties are my screen-saver on the work computer. Everyone always compliments me on their handsomeness :)In other words, from one "That Academic Lady" to another, I salute you and your kitty.
Is the photo in a cat-shaped frame? If not, and if you don't keep an afghan over your lap, I think you're good.
It took one of my cats dying to fully embrace being That Academic Lady. Embrace it! And, I agree with others -- one little framed picture? that's nothing!!
Yay! My cats say hello!
Just don't become That Cat Lady...
Welcome to the coven.
If it helps at all, I tend to keep pictures of other people's cats around. Because I don't have one of my own. They're not framed, but I think it's pathetic enough as is.
No cause for concern until all of your clothes have little cat pictures on them. :)
And what's wrong with that? she asks, nervously looking at the TWO framed pictures of her cats and the screensaver of her dog, and nary a picture of her human companion in sight ... Really, what's the problem?
I was in Philly's Italian Market district a year or two ago and walked by a butcher shop that was selling taxidermied deer heads for $40. I came very, very close to buying one and mounting it on my office wall. I figured if I mounted it behind my desk, any students who came to talk to me would see a deer head looming above.I regret not doing it.
Miltonista: ohh! I so want a taxidermied owl. Though I'd have a hard time deciding whether it belonged in my home or my office.And for what it's worth: the cat photo is not oriented so students can see it. They get, instead, a nice view of the human skull (plastic, but pretty realistic) sitting on the bookshelf just behind and to the right of my head.
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