Posts Tagged ‘tara talk’
March 7th, 2018 [1 Comment]

Tara Talk guest post: Our fair Simba

by Angela

It’s time for another update on our inscrutable, irresistible orange tabby.

Leave it to Simba‘s soulmate Tara to sing every verse with love. Read on and you’ll agree; Tara’s unwavering friendship is a veritable hymn to Sim Continue reading » » »

January 26th, 2018 [1 Comment]

Tara Talk guest post: The Office

by Angela

Some things never change.

Simba‘s life, however, is the stuff David Bowie sang about. Today, Tara takes us through the latest twists and turns… Continue reading » » »

December 29th, 2017 [1 Comment]

Tara Talk guest post: All good things

by Angela

It’s been a memorable year for a certain orange tabby and his compassionate press agent.

Today, Simba and Tara ring out 2017 with high hopes…and, in Simba’s case, some unfortunate fingernail fashion. Continue reading » » »

November 10th, 2017 [1 Comment]

Tara Talk guest post: Trials and Timeshares

by Angela

Today, you shall get a greater glimpse of Tara’s true love for Simba.

Although she’s far too gracious to say so directly, be it known that this loving update was written after Simba savaged Tara’s own personal arm. And “savaged” is a gentle understatement.

But love survives teeth, and real love has teeth of its own — and Timeshares, as you’ll read in Tara’s update. – A.H.

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September 27th, 2017 [1 Comment]

Tara Talk guest post: Neighbor nuttery

by Angela

“Playing well with others” isn’t everyone’s core competency. Ain’t nothin’ wrong with that.

But, in the case of one Simba Rosenberg, there’s one way to strengthen those social muscles: surround yourself with a slew of new neighbors. Tara tells the tale today. – A.H.

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August 28th, 2017 [1 Comment]

Tara Talk guest post: Secrets of Simba’s heart

by Angela

Summer may be cooling down, but Suite B is heating up.

At least, it’s heating up in the province of Leah‘s mind.

In this round of Tara Talk, our Simba-smitten volunteer offers advice for Simba’s not-quite-lover. Write on, Tara.

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