gone awol

Sorry for the lack of posts this week. And I was doing so well lately, too. On top of getting ready for the craft show, one of the shop owners where I consign emailed and said she needed more stuff so I quickly diverted some of my show products to her. And cut out more tissue cozies and wallets to make up the difference.

And I'm in the last stages of refinancing our mortgage, so fielding lots of phone calls. I'm glad I'm not as unorganized as the people who work at the bank - I'd never get anything done. The paperwork isn't quite ready for closing, my lawyer still needs to review it all, so I have no idea when this is going to actually happen. Hopefully/maybe next week.

When there's not much to talk about you can't go wrong with a cute kitty picture. Here's one of mine sleeping on top of an old quilt in a laundry basket. I must have walked past about ten times before I realized she was there. The basket is full of things to be ironed, another project on my very long to-do list.

queen of the hill

Be sure to stop in next week for my interview with Sharon Stark of Rickrack.com; we'll be chatting about feedsacks!


tammyCA said...

Aw, cute & cozy. She was hoping you wouldn't see her. :)

Curses said...

For a cat, no surface is quite as luxurious as an ironing basket. Oh, how I don't miss the days of having a white-bellied cat and an all-black work dress code. (Still have the kitty, ditched the job!)

AlyGatr said...

I wish I could be a cat sitting on top of a comfy quilt in a basket all day. I could handle that kind of life :)

Peggy said...

I feel for you...all that paperwork. YUK

can't wait till the interview...I love Sharon at Rickrack.



There is no doubt...if there's a quilt there is usually a cat on it in my home! I've often wondered if it's because they can smell us on the fabric.