knitnana: Weekends End...

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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Weekends End...

faster, of course, than any of us wants them to.

Mine was pretty full. The Meezer spent most of hers like this:

Well, except that most of the morning into midday, she spent it in the front livingroom window looking out periodically to see flitting birds and such. Just once, The Tonk jumped up, straddled her, back feet on the roomside, front feet up on the window. You should have seen her expression and, of course, the camera was nowhere to be found. It didn't last long, but her expression was one of "Just who do you think you are?"

The Tonk spent his day getting into anything and everything, knocking stuff over (I realize some of this has to do with his balance issues) but he scared himself pretty badly tonight when he knocked the folded stepstool (metal) from it's leaning position - where it's been the entire time he's lived here - and it hit the floor with a huge bang. I bet he'll leave it alone from now on. When he stopped long enough to enjoy some attention (from both me and from friend Sandra earlier this evening) this was one of his favorite ways to spend time...(that's my finger)

I'm changing his name to Chewbacka (and no, he's not teething, he has all his adult teeth)...

I spent my day doing this:

I hope to get individual photos done after yoga class tomorrow night and get everything up on etsy, too. Ok, that might be dreaming, but they'll be there by mid-week.

Sandra ended up buying the one I made that matched her Sadie bag. Honest, I didn't make it for that purpose, Sandra, I really did think it was a prototype to see how the bags work up in decorating-weight fabrics. Really.

But she and I did decide that the 15-inch long bags will work nicely as shoe bags when you're traveling. They'll pack well and keep all your clothing clean!

Nana Sadie Rose is all about the practical!


Blogger Bonnie said...

I think Meezer had the right approach for having a truly relaxing weekend! That is one mellow looking kitty. :-)

11:04 AM  
Blogger Knitting Linguist said...

The bags look great! Such gorgeous fabrics -- and such a useful size ;)

2:10 PM  
Blogger Opal said...

scheyer likes to chew on humans too. tonks and scheyer need to take a page from the meezer's book and learn how to mellow out. ;-)

love the bags!

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Carrie #K said...

Sounds like a nice way to spend a weekend!

Poor Meezer. Those upstarts.

6:38 PM  
Blogger Geraldine said...

Beautiful work, as usual and the kids are looking fine. The Ched sends his best headbonks.

Hugs, G

11:34 AM  
Blogger La Cabeza Grande said...

Meezer is so chill. Opal is right. Tonk needs to take a lesson, though he is awfully cute >o<

I think your drawstring bags are brilliant as either shoe or project bags.

11:20 AM  
Anonymous LynetteCraft said...

Try the Cherokee Cherry tomatoes too! Yum. REAL tomato in a cherry tomato package. Bryan, the fellow with the veggies AND pottery for sale at the city market has them. My entire week's menus have been built around them!

1:53 PM  

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