This is day 3 spent housebound while our wonderful handyman installs French doors between our dining area & the little sunroom. He is a perfectionist, making everything square that was not square, making sure there are no gaps or nail holes. He's over 70 & has that old fashioned work ethic! He's great! This was not a must-do, just a want-to-do project.
Working from home for 3 days has given me the opportunity to get some cute snaps of the kittehs, Curtis Willis and Maizie. I adopted CW from the Humane Society in May when our dear old Siamese succumbed to cancer. I wanted us to remain a one-cat home but Maizie found us. Her teeny little head was poking out of an opening in my husband's boat, parked in the carport. He heard her mewing & long story short, we rescued her & kept her. She was just 2 lbs then, in late July. She's still tiny & has a special place in my heart; they both do. And they are great pals. Curtis is so curious & bright that we're glad he has a little pal to play with because we'd never be able to keep up! They were entwined like a pretzel as I went to snap this but they moved just a tad. Look at that fuzzy belly on Curtis:
This is typical Maizie...big stretch & ready for her belly rub:
Guess I'd better get busy & figure out a new cross-stitch project to start on 1/1/11. Not doing the 'start 15' challenge in January; opted for the 'finish 11 in 2011' so both knitting & xs projects will be included.
Wishing you all a peaceful end to 2010 and a very blessed 2011.