Re: February 2014
posted at 2/18/2014 8:01 AM EST
Grey out, but not much snow predicted for here, think if it's still just grey when I get around, will get out and about for an hour or so this morning.
Hats, when I pulled up my emails this morning, one was waiting from B&N, new book by Alice Hoffman, "The Museum of Extraordinary Things". Looks good. I do like h er style of writing.
Your mother's cat, poor thing, Princess. When you look at it from their point, air travel and all it involves, must be a terrifying ordeal for them. Cheerio is just bored with the few escapades she can have in the house, I think that's why she's darting out into the big world. Yesterday when I was sitting here on the computer I could hear this rustling, clawing noise. Took me a couple of minutes to find where it was coming from, but eventually I saw her, at the craft bureau, clawing at the bottom drawer that I had left open when I took the paints out the other night for the wreaths. Wasn't quite open enough that she felt comfortable getting in, and yet when I opened it more for her, she looked at me like, "Well, now you've gone and spoiled everything!" It's the challenge she likes, clawing at a door to get it open, pulling bags out of the T.J.'s bag I keep them in, jumping on top of the chest of drawers and knocking things off - you get the picture.
Well, if I'm to get out ahead of any snow, have to get dressed and figure what I'll have for breakfast.
Winter, hope you are feeling better as the day goes on.
Princess, as for the YardHouse, from the write ups, I got the impression people were drawn there mainly to try some of their large selection of beers, not so much the food. I was disappointed in Davio's too, sometimes I think all the hype sets you up for a letdown.