It has been over two months since I blogged. My apologies. So much has happened I have just ignored the blog. No excuse. I kept thinking I would download photos and type up an entry .... then the day would go by and I was tired and ready to go to bed - no blog was done. Then I was feeling so guilty about it I didn't even want to think about it. So much has happened and with this new funny little scampering kitten, I couldn't resist any longer and just sat down and downloaded almost 60 pictures. Here we are.
It is a cold night with a freeze predicted. The cat is cuddled next to me on the chair .... a good night to do the blog and talk to you .... and share the pictures. Hope you are safe and keeping warm ... and enjoying this brisk fall weather. Soup weather - fire-in-the-fireplace weather - sweaters and warm socks and cuddle-in-a-quilt weather. One of my favorite times of the year.
A new and very precious kitty has come and taken residence in my heart and my home. What a cute, soft, funny little rascal he is. Born May 15, 2015, he was rescued by a local animal rescue service called From the Heart. They work with Pet Smart here locally; the veterinarian had suggested I look at the kittens there to help fill the emptiness and end the loneliness after Sandy died. So on September 1, I brought this little guy home.
He came with the name Wally, and it seems to fit him. Here he is the third day living with me, already owning the house and reclining on the back of the couch. He reminds me of a swaggering teenager with his arm hanging out the window of his car! One of my grandsons says, "It's Wally's Senior picture!" This little kitty is feeling pretty hot - pretty sure of himself and on top of the world.
Oh so much to see! All for me!
Goodness, such adventure!! Take a look at those funny little hind legs. Doesn't that make you want to laugh???
These two pictures above in the chair were taken yesterday, October 16, after living here a month and a half. He is looking handsome and settled. A very nice kitty - purrs like a giant motor boat .... plays fetch with his mouse, and comes and cuddles with me at night and when I sit down to read. A real companion.
These last two show the overall quilts. Aren't they beautiful? I would imagine three out of every four quilts she makes is given away to someone as a gift. This lady is incredibly thoughtful and kind and always doing something for someone else. A treasure. I am blessed with very fine friends.