|The new Queen of the castle.|
Three of the other kittens went to the shelter last week and I am happy to report two of them had found homes within 5 days of arriving! The last of this batch will go in this weekend, then I may be starting over with a new batch- tiny ones!
I took my sewing machine in for its 10,000 mile check up the other day. I probably take better care if it than I do my car!
This morning I actually went out to the garden and cleaned up a section or two. I had left it since it got so hot and dry. Nothing was growing and even if there were weeds, the ground was like bedrock! Now that we've been getting rain, it's pretty "lush" out there. (Nice words for weedy, huh?)
Museum Quilt Guild show coming in October. One of our members designed them. The stem is a yardstick! Isn't that clever? I can't wait to see the 50 of them she estimates we will have around the bases of the quilt racks!
On the subject of cats and kittens, did you know clay litter is not actually earth friendly? It's the process used to acquire the clay that is the problem. There are alternatives at your local pet store! Give them a try.
I am grateful for:
Being part of an incredibly caring group of ladies
A best friend who gave me a day of her precious time
A new kitty in my life!
Cooler weather, especially the nights
winning the boss lottery