I have taken an a new responsibility at the shelter. I've been going in to help one day a week. Now I'm sort of the shift supervisor on that day. Scary, but also fun, since I get to play with all the kitties. This pretty girl was visiting last week, on her way to a foster home with the babies. How many do you see? There are 5!
One of the "fun" things I do while I'm there is laundry. This blanket was in the load I folded when I got there. Isn't it gorgeous? Wouldn't those colors make a fabulous quilt? Maybe in Ann Brauer's style!!!
My own foster kittens are doing fine without Momma. (she went to be a wet nurse for other kittens). Robin suffered a bit of separation anxiety for a couple days. He fell behind his brothers, but it looks like he's trying to make up for it now!
They will be big enough to be neutered soon, so I only have another week or two with them. If you know anyone who wants a kitten......
My green thought this week is to use as few pesticides and other chemicals as possible on your gardens. There are alternatives for many of them. I myself am vowing to do the edging the hard way rather than using roundup. For pest control, here is a list of natural alternatives to try.
I am grateful for:
Perfect SPRING days!
Opening the windows to enjoy the fresh air.
Listening to the birds sing and battle for nesting sites.