I got a sweet comment from someone saying that she misses my blog posts, so I thought I had better write something! (Thank you!)
I went to Louisiana over the Christmas holidays and got back a few days ago. We celebrated Christmas with Laura and the grand babies this past Sunday since we couldn't be with them at Christmas (the Suburban isn't big enough for the entire family). All of the pictures are still in my new camera, which, by the way, I learned to use after my dad showed me the "A" on my camera lens. No more blurry pictures!
So instead of seeing Christmas pictures, I am showing you pictures I took of my cat when he discovered that I rearranged my sewing room. I have never seen him be so curious! I don't usually have my cutting table pulled in front of my cabinet, but I moved it around so I could cut out a quilt and watch TV at the same time. I also moved my scrap bins from the white cabinet into my closet, and part (a really small part) of my fabric stash from my closet to out in the open where I can see everything. At first, he did what he always does: climbs on my little stool to look out the window. Then when he turned around...you'll see.
The weather channel predicted a snow storm was heading this way, so I've been cleaning and getting the house ready for a snow day or two. All of the bills have been paid, the food has been bought, and my sewing room is clean and ready for me to sew up my own little storm.
In the meantime, my house is filled with teenagers (my daughter's friends) all hoping that school is cancelled tomorrow.
My house, evidently, is the "place to be" for snow storms, ice storms, and other weather related events that would cause kids to have to stay home for a few days. Heaven forbid it would snow during the night and they would be snowbound in their own homes. So they come over here, just in case, so they can be snowbound together. It must be the chocolate chip cookies.
Izzie approves of the change and says he would like some chocolate chip cookies, too!