Yesterday afternoon I walked into the kitchen and found a bit of toilet paper on the floor. Hmmm....that could mean only one thing....
...Sasha strikes again! If you've wondered where I've been since my last post let me just say a new and very young cat takes up a lot of time and energy!
Here she is right after being named the guilty party. Who me? Nahhhhh - couldn't possibly be - I'm just too cute!
Let's follow the paper trail, shall we?
Uh, oh - looks like this bathroom needs to have a paper guard, too! We have three bathrooms in the house and have already learned to keep two of the doors closed. Unfortunately, this is Sasha's bathroom. Until she can learn to open and close the door herself (and I DO think she's capable) the TP will have to stay under the counter!
Now that her "cone of shame" is off, she is quite the busy little girl. We've had to lay in a large supply of "mice" as they disappear just about as fast as we get them! Mr. Squash was down on the floor today with a long handled duster attempting to retrieve two that had found their way under the stove. She'll play with her mice for hours on end - throwing and chasing them up and down the halls. We call it Kitty TV! Who knew such a tiny bundle could bring us so much love and joy!
On the sewing front I've been doing some Supreme Pattern testing. I won't be able to show you the results for a while yet, but let's just say they're awesome! I'm having much success sewing with my new Gunnar computer/reading glasses! They have amber colored lenses which are supposed to reduce eye fatigue when you're on the computer. I'm hear to tell you they work great! They're also larger and wider and slightly curved so more of the area you look through is covered.
The project you see on the cutting board is a quilt I started last year using the No-Y Seams method. I had put it away while doing some Supreme Pattern testing and got a tad sidetracked - like several months sidetracked! Normally I finish what I start. Hopefully I can get the rest of the blocks done now - that is in between Kitty TV and spring gardening!