I get up at 2 a.m. because I hear one of my children still stirring around...
William: "Mom, Luna is a Ninja"
Me: "What? What do you mean?" (half awake)
William: "Somehow she got into the house and I do not know how."
Me: "Where is she?"
William: "I don't know."
Me: walking around the house looking for the "ninja cat"....I do not find her.
I go back to bed.
Fast forward to this morning.... I walk in the kitchen and the cat is in the house???
She meows at me. The only way I can think the cat got in was from one of our screens
because on the East
Coast a lot of homes do not have air conditioning, as most of the year it is not necessary.
I go to the screen by the porch and sure enough she decided to plow through it last night!
She is one determined kitty!
First, she does not want to stay inside and after many weeks of being outside she has decided
it was not so bad being inside!
My shy 14 (soon to be 15 years old) son William
I know it is hard to see but, I spent many hours outside yesterday stitching on this piece.
I re-worked the fabric strips because I wanted "pops" of color.
Daughter #3 said I chose "weird colors", but I am pleased with the color choices
and ultimately I am thinking of the bigger picture.
I have a new appreciation for all the woven fabrics Jude at
spiritcloth has done!
I plan on being outdoors again today just enjoying the sunshine and peacefulness of the day.
There will be stitching, reading, writing in my journal, meditation and lastly some fresh greens
from the garden in my salad today!
I wish you a peaceful, sunny day <3