Hell has frozen over

When Rosemary came to live with us she announced “I am the Queen and don’t you forget it”. So when Rufus showed up she wasn’t too happy. Figured he was the court jester. Rosemary was really ticked then when Ruby, Rufus’s daughter came to live with him. Here, in Rosemary’s queendom. From the start Rosemary figured that that little lard butt red head was trying to be a pretender to the throne. Rosemary doesn’t like to be in the same universe with Ruby, let alone the same room.frozen2.jpg
So we were quite suprised to come home today to find Rosemary and Ruby sleeping butt to butt on the couch. We figured this wouldn’t happen until Hell froze over. (If you aren’t a cat owner please excuse the mismatched fleece covering the couch) (oh and please excuse the photo of Ruby washing her girlie parts)
Rufus figures “so what? I am comfortable right here with my blankie”.
Below is a picture of Blogless Kim’s hat. It depicts the tall ships that she sailed on a few weekends ago and in August. And the green blue yarn? She handspun that from roving I brought back from Alaska. Someone out there in blogland is getting some roving just like it if i ever get my butt in gear and take it to the post office. At least you can see what color it spins up.
Now that Knitting Hubby is home he’s been finishing up a bunch of knitting projects. He finished sewing the pearls on Rachels’ capelet and it will go in the mail soon. (same trip as the roving package?!?)


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. heideho
    Oct 27, 2007 @ 20:42:21

    Rosemary looks positively tiny next to Ruby and Rufus. Maine Coones are always so fluffy on top of being big boned. The ship motif on Kim’s hat is amazing. Great capelet too, KH rocked this project.


  2. Chris
    Oct 28, 2007 @ 09:00:47

    Wow!! Hee hee – I have mismatched towels and blankets covering my furniture, too. Too bad May likes to crawl UNDER them to sleep, eh?


  3. Dave Daniels
    Oct 28, 2007 @ 09:58:36

    Ahhhh, that explains why the heat FINALLY came on this afternoon in this old building. I knew it couldn’t be because of the cold temps!
    I *L*O*V*E* the sails and the ship!


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