Some things for cats to do when their human is busy.
Oz is not a cat to snuggle with other cats, but he is a pretty deep sleeper, for a feline. The Captain can sneak in and steal a bit of snuggle.
In the meantime, my workshop progress has traversed sideways instead of forward. The photo session failed – they are so shiny! I must pop out the box. My first print run was a messy, messy, sticky disaster (new ink) and my second was merely full of rejects. Couldn’t even work on the quilt because I was out of batting. I know, how does that happen?! Apparently, I’ve been making a few quilts lately and used it up.
This weekend will set me right.
I’m supposed to be sharing photos of the quilt I completed over the weekend, but they suck. My white balance was off, or I left a filter on my lens, or something. Again, I was in a hurry in the morning. I didn’t look at them, just uploaded and got in the car. They suck, so I will have to try again when I have time to be at home during daylight hours, which will be tomorrow at least.
Slick is performing blanket maintenance (electric blankets) before the summer storage of blankets and created a large pile on the loveseat. The cats loved it, as you can see. Doesn’t a nap party sound great? I don’t get invited to those. Probably because they don’t exist.
Also, yes, we have a lot of blankets. We have dedicated sofa blankets, too. They are fuzzy and the cats’ favorites. In the winter, having a fuzzy blanket over you on the sofa, with a warm cat curled up in said blanket at your side is simply marvelous.