Truly, my life is so boring I have nothing to say but I’ll blab on anyway.
Did you watch the Oscars? I cannot understand why Parasite, the Korean film that won Best Picture, was not in a foreign film category. And all those other great movies that we may have seen or will be able to see in the future did not win. I disagree – remember, I’m the one talking here and my opinion is what I write. And it may not align with yours. I was not a fan of Billie Eilish at the Golden Globes but I loved her rendition of Yesterday, sung while pictures of those who died in the past year were shown.
I “watched” the entire program with Becky – we discuss everything by text – good and bad. We both couldn’t stand the guy at the red carpet show who was wearing a gold sparkly top with a wild goldish colored SKIRT! I don’t even know who he is – oh, my Bible belt upbringing is showing, isn’t it?
Enough of my commentary on the Oscars – there’s lots more however. Haha!
My days are boring and therapy is hard. There’s my daily life in a nutshell. Our high temp on Thursday is predicted to be 4 below. Yup – BELOW ZERO!
Can cats get alopecia areata? Look at BC – he’s getting bald in patches!
Here’s Tammy who wouldn’t let me pick her up if she was starving but has decided my lap is OK.
This is a friend’s granddaughter with her birthday cake made to look like her own cat. Don’t you just love it?
Do you save pictures of quilts you see on Facebook or other social media? I have started and this pattern has always been a favorite. My favorite part of this quilt is the red connector square around the outside edge. Makes me want to make this for the next baby quilt I need to make.
Remember those oats I’ve been growing?
I was thinking about how great that bright green grass would look in an old silver sugar bowl, creamer, gravy boat, dish, bowl. So I decided to plant some. Here’s the “before” picture. It will take about 2 weeks for a nice crop of oats to shoot up.
Not much to look at right now but I think a bit of bright green in the next couple of weeks could be a welcome sight.
And I sure can’t brag about my amaryllis but I’m still grateful for 3 big red blooms.