Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The News that Isn't


Snow...


Rotary cutter wound...


Grandchildren...

Sorry I don't have a picture of the kitten swinging from the design wall and sending all my star blocks cascading to the floor. That is probably the most exciting thing that's happened since I came home from my family visits. I'm not complaining, mind you. Peace and quiet is a good thing! Tomorrow I will spend several hours at owners' classes for my new Janome, hoping to learn some tricks I don't know. I'll continue my report on this machine afterwards.

11 comments:

Allison Ann Aller said...

Wow those boys have gotten big!
Sorry about your owie...
and I would have loved seeing your cat doing its thing with your blocks!

jenclair said...

I'd love to have seen the dare-devil kitten!

The boys are so cute! Having just spend time with my grandchildren, I know what you mean about peace and quiet. :)

rianammerman said...

Peace and quiet are a very good thing. How did you ever cut your finger way up there!

Nellie's Needles said...

Aargh! I'm glad to have escaped to the south.

Ouch!

Sooooo cute! Now they can do stairs ... there's no stopping them from running you all ragged.

Liz said...

Oh boy! I can just imagine the kitten doing his thing. Sometimes I think they have no bones! The snow looks so pretty, but I'm glad it is up your way and not here yet. Makes for good indoor fun with the grands, though.

Barbara C said...

Funny, one of my cats has also tried to pull down the design wall. How do they even think of these things?

What cute babies.

dee said...

Hi Kay, I feel your pain. I was attacked by my cutter last week and reminded why you shouldn't use them without paying complete attention.
The grands are so adorable. Can't believe how fast they are growing. Really sweet looks on their faces. Kind of like "here comes trouble"

McIrish Annie said...

wow glad we didn't get any of that white stuff! I can wait.

I can definitely imagine the kitten hanging from the design wall. I have one that is capable of these acrobatic feats.

laura west kong said...

my studio is definitely not cat-proof.

Jules said...

Love the grandchildren. How sweet!

virtualquilter said...

Ouch!
Quoting myself in teacher mode,
"Shut the bloody thing, so that 'bloody' is an expletive that can be deleted, not an accurate description of your rotary cutter!"
Hope you didn't bleed on a quilt!