life with a chronic disease and a really big yarn stash
A Little Wednesday Sunshine
Actually, I am staying out of the sunshine today because it is pretty darn hot outside and smoky from wildfires to boot! Inside, Hannah and I are hanging out; I’m knitting and she is playing with a new toy on her cat pillar. I just want to mention that I can knit because there is a new toy hung from her cat pillar…
I weave, knit and read in Aurora, Colorado where my garden lives. I have 2 sons, a knitting daughter-in-law, a grandson and two exceptionally spoiled kittens. In 2014 I was diagnosed with a serious rare autoimmune disease called systemic sclerosis along with Sjogren's Disease and fibromyalgia.
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21 thoughts on “A Little Wednesday Sunshine”
It does, it does ! – and I know all about that business of sitting there with a beautiful little moggy on one’s lap that one simply cannot put off .. What ridiculous slaves we are to these small creatures, eh, Marilyn ? – and what joy they give us. Boodie is a rescue cat: I think he must’ve been the runt of the littler, as he’s now 18 months old and quite obviously isn’t going to grow any bigger .. So I’m lucky enough to have an ADORABLE teeny cat, who comes on walks around the place with me and is a totally brilliant companion – as Hannah is proving to be.
Aren’t we lucky ?!
We are lucky!
Of course she’s in charge:) You are on your way to having a kitty who will tolerate your knitting, maybe;)
She is being pretty good about it. She tends to sleep right next to me while I knit, although last night she did chomp right through my yarn!
Kitten’s are irresistible. Oh my heart. xo
She is soooooooooooo pretty. Look at that face! Cute cute cute.
She really is little miss bright eyes, huh!
Hannah is happiness personified. She appears to have lovely long limbs? Does she talk, chatter, yowl or perhaps make funny throat noises at you? My fat cat does this every morning indicating that ‘yes’ she would like the heater turned on (she is smack in front of it of course!). I suspect macKenzie did his share of chatting. Keep as well as you can.
MacKenzie was a yowling demander who radiated disappointment if I didn’t move fast enough! Hannah is much more vocal in that the calls to find me, trills, and kind meows in her sleep. We’re still working out a routine, but she definately is very people oriented. Perfect kitten companion.
She’s purrfect, I love her!
She looks.a little startled 🙂
It’s her round eyes.
LOL! So nice that you have a kitty again, and that you two are meshing together so well 🙂
It is! Nothing like a kitten for a self-isolation buddy.
She’s so cute. I love the look on her face in this photo.
Looking for mischief!
Yes. Thank you. I have a special place in my heart for black and white kitties. My Chloe was black and white. She was the sweetest.
This is my first. My family had had good luck with yellow kitties, but this little girl is turning out to be special.
Oh you lucky, lucky thing. What a perfect kitty!
She really is just perfect! She was the last kitten at the shelter, passed over by everyone else, and even returned by a first adopter. How very lucky am I!
It was obviously meant to be.