November 20, 2014
Good morning. My goodness, I slept in really late this morning. Maybe it's because I stayed up half the night working on a new scarf? Oh yeah, my hands have been feeling lost now that all the holiday crocheting is done. It's sort of like yarn withdrawal. Definitely not pretty!!
Yesterday, after my appointment at the nail salon, I decided to go get the birdseed by myself as long as I was already out. Three 25 pound bags was about all I could handle. When I got home, I left them in the car and waited for Joe to come home and bring them into the house.
Last evening, DIL Janet came by, and we had a most enjoyable visit. I took her out to Dwarf Mike's room to meet our newest kitty resident. Blackie was stretched out on the bed, and quite comfortable indeed. This pussycat has made it quite clear that Dwarf Mike's room is his new palace and he is not leaving anytime soon.
Did I mention that we've discovered that Blackie is a "he", not a "she"? No problem. Miss Sunshine (aka Luna) will be getting spayed soon. Sorry kitty! I just love baby kittens, but I definitely do not want any here. Two cats is plenty.
After Janet left to go home, I took out all the "gifty" stuff to make a list of what I might still need. I was pleasantly pleased to find that it is a very short list. Then I taped up two boxes and put mailing labels on them. Hmmm, I'm going to have to make more than one trip to the Post Office to mail everything out when the time comes.
Next I got out some of my new yarn, and started a new scarf. This one is in blue tones. Ahhh, my hands are feeling more happy now that they are playing with yarn again. By the time I put everything down and crawled under my blanket, it was almost 3 a.m. My goodness, how time flies when you are having fun.
Today I have two more "foggy" photos to share with you this morning. I took these at our local park. For me, "Fog Photography" is so very interesting. I find the finished photos very soothing to look at.
I also have another "news tidbit" to share with you. Jose Canseco had lost a finger, and it was surgically put back on (to his hand). It seems that while he was doing something (I forget what) recently, the finger fell off. Now he is planning on selling his finger on eBay. This should be interesting because eBay does not allow body parts to be sold. But be honest folks, who in their right mind would actually want to buy a human finger? There are some real sickies out there.
Well that's about all the news for this morning. I'm going to have me another cup of coffee and settle down with my new crochet project. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.