Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Oh boo hoo - and other things.

My sister arrives tomorrow and I have so much to do and I hardly slept a wink last night.  Woke up about 2:30 and that was pretty much it for the night.  Must get myself going so everything is nice for her arrival!

Here's Buttercup, minding the Open Studios greeting table.  She's sitting on the bookmarks to make sure they all lie flat :)

 
Isn't she big now?  But she still looks sweet.  On the first day of Open Studios, we kept her in the bedroom with my Loved One, watching a football game.  But the second day, I allowed her to wander around and join in the fun -- and she was a big hit.  She is so darned sociable -- she'll go right over to greet people coming in, allow herself to be scratched, and so on.  And she only bit one person :p   That person started to scratch Buttercup's tummy and you know how cats are when you do that -- they can get kind of aggressive and scratch you with their hind feet and bite you.  It was just a little bite, and it was all in fun (I hope the lady thought so!).  In my experience, cats aren't that fond of strangers -- our other cat heads for the hills and hides whenever someone comes into the house.  But Miss B is as friendly as she can be.

     A planter in my garden with mission bells -- 

I have to wrap it up and get busy, but I did spend a nice time with a friend this morning, catching up -- she is an artist who does wonderful things with journals, makes purses, and so on -- you might visit her at Redwood Mountain Musings to see what she's up to.  And check out her Etsy store -- she has nice digital downloads but really, look at the purses.  They're gorgeous.  Great to see you, Chris!

A great Tuesday to you all -- 

5 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

buttercup is very cute and helpful. i love that mission bell planter!

Candy C. said...

Love the mission bells and Miss Buttercup is a cutie! My cats actually LIKE getting their tummies rubbed, go figure! :)

Buckeroomama said...

Have a good visit with your sister. I don't have any sister, but wish I do. :)

Annmarie Pipa said...

what a cutie!!
good for you for fostering your relationship with your sister! count your blessings!!!

Chris Flynn said...

Hi Elise... so happy that you have time with your sis. Appreciate her! Wish mine were still with us. Have a fabulous week. It's snowing here in Tahoe! Ah, more time for art.

Give Buttercup a fuzzy-wuzzy pat from me.... but not on her tummy!

PS Thanks for the link!