So this is the scene in my driveway - we are being installed today:
Because the furnace part goes in what is considered a cellar room under the house, accessed via an trap door opening in our closet, I had to round the cats up and put them in a back room. Currently someone is body slamming the door to that room and they want out. I'm pretty sure it's Rascal, he's the reason they are in there because he would be underfoot, down in the cellar and all over the place and think it's all great fun. I just hope he's not smart enough to figure out the door knob the goof head.
My new shoes came in, they're really good tennies that have a rolling foot bed as opposed to one that bends at the toes. With the arthritis in my big toe, this is exactly what I need and so I just picked them up. They are Hoka Brand and the Bondi Bondi style.
They are so comfortable. Although expensive, I think my feet will be very happy and lets face it to get shoes that are good for my feet at this point I don't get off cheaply. I pretty much only wear Birkenstock's, Dansko's, Allegra's and now the Hoka's.
Poor Maddie does not like all the construction noise and people in and out of our house. She's sticking by my side. She will not like me much this afternoon when I take her to the groomers for her day of beauty. I'm not sure what is worse - construction or a bath.
Here she is looking at me like "when will this be over":
Oh if she only knew what was coming!
Not much sewing going on, I embroider at night and I have a project that I'm working on, I do have a table runner in the works, but nothing to show yet.
Thankfully all the coughing and such has subsided now and I can ride my bike without wheezing. So many people getting the flu and this awful cold that I hate going out for fear of catching it again.
Happy Stitches and Hugs,