It’s a happy Monday when Thanksgiving is only a few days away! I’m so ready to take a break and spend some quality eating time with my family.
The cats have a lot to be grateful for, too. I asked them what they’re most grateful for this year, and here are there answers:
Tali: Kibble and a basket full of toys. And hands to pet me.
Cora: A window to watch the birds, and my humans’ adoration.
At least, that’s what I think they said. Cheers to a happy week of Thanksgiving!
I had the weekend to myself while hubby went to a work convention in Nashville. I got lots of organizing done, I went to another City Farmhouse pop up show (pics tomorrow!), I read a lot, I got all the errands done, I visited the house and finally get a peek at the Harpeth river, I watched a lot of HGTV, and I even had time to stitch outside while the sun was still shining.
If I was at home, the cats were never far behind. What I didn’t have time for… was blogging. That’s why I’m typing this post at 7:46 AM instead of on Sunday night, and I don’t have time to upload new pics… oops!
Another batch of instagram memories from Summer 2015. I’m actually catching up to the present, oh my!
When the toy is just. too. far. away…
Early morning neighborhood watch on patrol.
Cora loves her table runner.
One year ago… Cora was weird. Today: Still the same.
Tali helping me out with the June block of Woodland Creatures… more likely, she was trying to tell me it was time to eat.
Fabric inspector on the job. (These cuts would turn into the nautical-inspired Modern Maples Marriage quilt!)
Two years ago and today: BFFs, whether they like it or not.
Beautiful Tali – in the sunlight you can see her shades of brown.
Cozy reading night.
Aww… 6 years ago we brought Cora home from the humane society. She’s grown a bit since then :)
The Forever Young Adult Photo a Day challenge on Instagram is going strong… and when the prompt is “Furriest Reading Companion” of course it was an excuse for selfies with the cats!
Here are a few outtakes… (no cats were harmed but some were more willing participants than others).