Felineus Monk

Posted by proxy from Dana’s “stuff to blog” queue while she is on medical hiatus. She reads and appreciates all comments…and apologizes for not being able to respond at the moment.

Can’t a Brother catch a break? Let us take ~paws~ from recent posts and share with you centuries old kitteh prints. This 15th Century manuscript shows that a brief instance of feline mischief could be enjoyed and commiserated centuries later. Picture the hapless monk turning from his labours for just a moment, only to find this when he resumed his ministrations:


Photo by Emir O. Filipovic of the University of Sarajevo’s History Department.


**May I make a daily request for the Readership to send Good Thoughts, Positive Energy, Prayers, and any means of conveying support and healing to Dana. She is struggling with getting past impossible pain on an hourly basis. One can only hope doctors are able to find a way to rewire her nervous system. THANK YOU! The Proxy Blogger**


One Response to “Felineus Monk”

  1. Awwww…what a cute piece of everyday history!

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