cat on radiator

cat on radiator

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

 #RespectYourCatDay,

Yes, it is a real "holiday" or celebration might be a better word.  Then again, every day seems to be a cat day in their opinion.

Thanks to our kitten, rapidly moving towards that first birthday, we now move furniture on a routine basis.  It seems that he likes things, anything, that he can push, pull or pick up and then moves it to a hiding place.  I never realized how much space was under my dresser in the back.  Last week I was going crazy trying to find my watch.  So I moved my dresser,not an easy feat.  There was my watch, two missing bottles of nail polish, a chapstick (one of many missing) and some torn paper.  Yes, I have a cat that likes to rip and eat paper.  He has chewed my referral for a doctor, a bill and a box (at least one edge).  Those are just what we know about for sure.

Then there is the cat who is nearly 5.  Calm, relaxed and tolerant of humans to a degree. He doesn't come out when there are guests here.  Though if they stay longer than a day, he will finally wander out.  At Christmas, it's a game of who sees Max first and who scares him off first.  He has made it clear to the kitten who is in charge, even though the kitten is now slightly larger than he is.- height and length, not pounds.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017


Today looks like spring
however the temperature doesn't quite agree
Glad for the sunshine

Monday, March 20, 2017

Happy Spring




 This was us yesterday - definitely filling the trash can.
Nothing was recyclable or in any shape to be donated.




Spring MUTTS Comic Strip: Flowers Singing

This is us today.  Rain, rain and more rain predicted.

Friday, March 17, 2017

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Happy St Paddy's Day !





Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Monday, March 13, 2017

Sad news

Sad news for the needlework world.  Though this is a bit late, word seems to be just getting out.

Sylvia Murariu has died.

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We'll miss her wonderful designing talents, knowledge of Romanian lace is all its facets, and sweet personality.

I always enjoyed going to seminars ,etc and spending time with Sylvia.

Too young to be gone.