Saturday, March 30, 2013
A Catuirday report and Mummy's Finished Object
It's Caturday! And it's been one pretty nice week here in the Pacific NW. Georgie, Bella & I have spent a lot of time out in the Shepherd's gardens - partly because it has been sunny and warm out, but partly because some mystery ebil kitty has been coming into mummy & The Shepherd's house through OUR cat door and eating our food and making it stinky in the kitchen.
Mummy is upset - but The Shepherd is fur-i-ous.
Mummy wanted me to tell you about the blankie that she made *crocheted) for the grand niece of her older sister. It is kind of round and kind of star shaped. And BIGGER than she thought it was going to be - but the colors were so pretty and the yarn was a soft & fluffy stuff - she hopes that the new baby will like it.
This is Glory of the Snow. The Shepherd didn't think it was coming back in the garden, because it was a little slow to come up this year. But, it is up, and it is ALL over the place. Where it was originally planted (in the flower bed in the front of the driveway) and over there - (across the driveway,) and over there - (under the bamboo), and over there (by the big pine tree) - Mummy says it's like lemmings marching to the sea!
We wanted to wish EFFURRY one of you a Hoppy Easter. The Shepherd and Mummy will be verry busy with church things this weekend and then Mummy is going to bake a Turkey for Easter Dinner. I hope we get a little bit. I likes Turkey!
This little blankie is for the baby's older sister (she's about 4) This is for her dolly. It would also work for big sister to put her head on when she is lying in the grass.
Mummy said I could finish the blog today, with my verry best poem -
" Happy Easter!
We hope you all have a great weekend!!
Love, your roving reporter,