See these carriers? They mean one thing and one thing only. Someone's going to the very bad place.
I'm really hoping that Butch and Sundance are the two making the trip. Logan and Trouble are smart enough to hide as soon as they see the horrible cages come out of the garage. I, however, insist upon checking everything out for my loyal subjects. And then I run away when danger is more imminent.
I've been noticing that Butch has been trying to play with Sunny more aggressively, like biting the back of her neck and then trying to climb onto her back. Sunny definitely doesn't like that. Maybe Butch is going to get a chill pill.
Considering the "to do" list for the weekend, we ought to get a lot of our quilting and cross-stitching accomplished.
- Drop kitties off at vet and pick them up later on Friday evening.
- Stay home all weekend to nurse kitties. Keep big cats away from them.
- Finish sewing 4-patch baby quilt.
- Finish puppy block.
- Grade papers.
- Call Mom.
- Finish making spring break arrangements.
- Get at least one more project ready for upcoming quilt retreat.
Last weekend this kit came to the forefront of the stash. It's a Benartex kit called Acorn Hollow and will be going on retreat at the end of next month.
Did you remember that this Saturday, March 21, is National Quilting Day? Do you have anything special planned? How about joining those of us who belong to Stashbusters for a stay-at-home retreat?
No need to make travel arrangements or pack a project. Just fix something easy ahead of time in the crock pot, or order a pizza when you're ready for dinner. Take some tips from Dawn Ramirez, the Pajama Quilter. Stay in your PJs!! Practice your feathers. Finish a UFO. Sew down the binding on that quilt that's been bugging you. Let your fingers walk through the web to find some FREE online projects (there are tons). Don't let the day slide without taking some time for your favorite hobby.
Now it's time for one of my other favorite hobbies. I need to lick my forepaws for awhile.
Your quilting cat diva,