Friday list   6 comments

Good morning! Thanks to the weather, my list today is back to normal!

I was supposed to be doing taxes in Milbridge (an hour away) but yesterday, my volunteer and I decided with the forecast for some of everything but sun, we would postpone to the 7th. Exactly what the doctor ordered.

Then, last night as A and I were talking about our day, I asked her if there was anything in particular she wanted me to get done, and she said “Would you spend some time in the craft room? Allie really needs some loving.” Allie will only cuddle in the craft room, for some odd reason. Whenever I go up there, the first half hour is spent with her. Can you believe it? She ASKED me to spend a chunk of time up there. I’ll try to fit that in. 🙂

Other than that, I have to take Tigger to the vet to get her staples out, go to the PO for the mail, clean the pellet stove, knit on my KAL socks, do some laundry and putter around the house picking up. I might fit a nap in there somewhere, too. I feel a lot better this morning, but not 100% yet. I also want to try to get some decent photos of the third pair of socks complete, and the fourth pair on the needles. Trying to do a better job of that for here and also to keep Ravelry more up to date.

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Posted February 21, 2014 by salpal1 in how I plan to spend my day, what I am making

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  1. Cuddling your fur baby is a great item for a to-do list. Glad you and Tigger are better.

    • we went to the vet this morning, and he is thrilled with her recovery. staples are gone. But there will be no cuddling Tigger today, she is mad at me for the trip to the vet. 🙂

  2. Sounds like normality is being restored 🙂

  3. I try to always stop and cuddle my cats when they’re in the mood–what could be more important?

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