Grav. Attraction Launch Party – Where’s Angel?

July 21, 2014

Well, most days, Angel’s puttering somewhere around her house. Maybe in her study with her books and her cats.

BellasCozySpot

Maybe out in the garden:

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If it’s not too hot and you stop by, she might even bake you something:

cookies

But mostly, you’ll find Angel on the web. There’s an actual website:

Angel Martinez

There’s a Facebook group:

Angel Martinez – SFF With Gay Heroes

There are other profiles all over the place, but start there. You’ll find the rest. ;)

 

6 Responses to “Grav. Attraction Launch Party – Where’s Angel?”

  1. Sula says:

    Wow you have an oasis of a garden and I notice your minion is sitting on your printer annoyed that the snow is still covering their domain.

    I have had a few minions and one actually enjoyed going out in the rain and show. Jumping around like a lamb, then came back in to dry off on my bed or my lap! My current minion and muse, hates getting wet and if my hands are slightly damp when I stroke her or a drop or water falls off me I am wet, I get the cat laser stare of death and she huffs off and snaps her tail side to side whilst sitting on the window ledge.

    Hold on to those cookies, I will be over in about an hour or two and I like ice tea if you have any LOL :)

  2. I have an out of control jungle of a garden, lol. It’s an older neighborhood, so many of the trees are 50, 70 years old, huge oaks and pines and things. So I let a lot of my garden behave like old growth forest and encourage the shade plants.

    My two minions are princesses and simply don’t do outside ;) But they love to sit with me here in my workspace and critique.

    Come on over! We’ll make ice tea!

  3. Andrea M says:

    Your garden looks beautiful – not so structured and I love that.

  4. Thank you, Andrea! I prefer it, too, since I get more birds and critters this way.

  5. JJ says:

    What a shady nice garden to enjoy during the hot Summer days.

  6. It does keep things shady – I can’t grow many veggies, but the hostas are happy

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