Sunday, May 3, 2009

We Have a Kitty

Here is our kitty today: happy and healthy! Here she is in an after-surgery pose:
And here is how someone left her at an apartment complex. She was found near a dumpster.
And here is her story with us so far:
My son, Andy, brought this little starving kitty home. She was in bad shape with an injured eye. The vet spayed her, gave her her shots and removed the ruptured eyeball. I bet she has tripled her weight in the last month. I should probably switch from the kitten food to the adult food. I call her "Kitty," Andy calls her "Wren," and AC calls her "Pyewacket." She is a delightful, loving not-so-little-anymore kitty, but I feel guilty that she has to be in the front of the house without me because of the dogs. She HATES dogs.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


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Sunday, January 4, 2009

Sunday in January

Below is the wonderful picture I took of Aunt Katie and Grandpa Stockton (97 1/2). I hope I live a healthy 97+ years!

I made the label for Eron's quilt, but the quilt needs more quilting. I (and mom) am worried about the 30 year old batting not being able to hold up to washing. Yikes!

Today the Unitized Quilters (picture above) from Atlanta Unity met and discussed projects for this year. We usually meet on the first Sunday of the month. I really appreciate having this group in my life. Theoan (the red-head on the right) taught me how to use a rotary cutter and machine piece. I brought the Rail Fence quilt in to get help selecting the binding fabric. We decided the red would look the best. I'll get a shot of it once I complete it.