A blog reader in Alabama wrote to me last week about her friend’s Bengal cat who needed a temporary home. Her friend, the cat’s owner from Altoona, Iowa, is a vet tech who works for the USDA and has been transferred to Nevada to help give Covid vaccinations. The cat named Siri was being kept at her elderly parents’ home in a town about 35 miles from me. Today I went to the Lindley’s home and picked up Siri, a brown striped beautiful Bengal cat. She rode in the carrier in the front seat and meowed only once.
Here are Tammy’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lindley with Daisi.
Did you read Launa’s comment about the moose? Launa lives in the mountains in Idaho and she sees lots of wildlife. Here is the picture of the moose laying in the white snow. Doesn’t it look like a down comforter?
Remember my friend Kathy in Rochester, MN, who had the llamas? Meet Penny! Her new Corgi puppy arrived last weekend and is settling in nicely – isn’t this cuteness overload?
It was 61 degrees here today so I moved these pots out of the garage where they lived all winter. They are some shrubs I started last summer and I’m going to try cutting some of them way back like bonsai and see what happens. If they die, no problem because I dug them up in the grove to begin with.
Here’s what the backyard looks like today – typical March – brown grass, piles of snow here and there – pretty ugly.
Connie’s quilt is called Tula Sunrise and we had planned to deliver it to Modern Quilt Studio in Omaha where she bought it to have it quilted and shop while we were there. Connie called them today and they have decided to be an online store only. Boohoo! So no shopping for us there.
Remember when we all made patchwork jackets like this one? I’m taking mine to Junkin Gal. It’s even too small for me now.
Hazel had a quiet day today – I’m hoping for a quiet evening as well.
Tammy says “hey”.