Just as I was writing this post, I noticed my little cats sleeping in separate boxes. We leave boxes around for just this very purpose, but this is a first. That's Lily on the left and Pokey on the right.
Wow, what an incredible bunch of wonderful people you are. I've been amazed and thrilled at the response to the challenge I proposed the other day. If we all finish our quilts, that will be at least 20 quilts made for babies and children in need. Wow.
Rather than just diving right in, which is my usual way of going about things, I want to plan this out so that I can post the directions all in one go, rather than do them in dribs and drabs. I hope to have it done within the next couple of days, so we can play while everyone is excited about the idea. Not that there is a time limit on this - if you're busy now, you can make this project whenever you have the time.
And here is a good picture of Howler the unphotogenic. He likes to sleep on our bed, but this was the first time I'd seen him with his head on the pillow like this.
I've been really happy about Howler. There I was so sure he was going to have a meltdown about the cat carriers being out and the trip to the vet, but he has been a trooper. He's actually been a touch friendlier. Twice this week he has jumped up on the couch while I've been sitting on it. Very good for the timid boy. He hasn't hung around for long, just sniffed at things and then departed, but it's progress.
Okay, I have to go sew now and take photos. I'm excited about this challenge - in fact I couldn't get to sleep last night my mind was so busy mentally writing it up.