At home the dragon on my sock got all huffy and messed up its stitch count. Lillepoes roared in disapproval.
And then lead by example: always ignore tantrum dragons.
(Does anybody else’s cat show affection and communication by stretching a hind leg? Lillepoes does.)
Today I brought the car to a garage run by and for women. It was a pleasant experience.
My cat fabric WIP bag matched the decor. There was tea and cookies! They fixed the door and the paint while I waited for a very reasonable price. Vakgarage The Ladies of Hurkmans
More inspection needed ofcourse. Sigh.
They don’t like each other much, can you tell? Lillepoes is intimidated by Poekie and Poekie is annoyed because Lillepoes does not speak proper cat. And tortitude, obviously.
Well that’s all the time I have for photo’s today. There’s half an hour left in the day before bed, I’ll go wrangle that sock dragon. I’m ready to frog 6 rounds and I have something to sweeten that pain:
Well, this is where we ended up this last half hour of Weird Wool Wednesday. Shedding on my fabric, making my hips hurt, not knitting a dragon. But what a sweet face she has:
So happy. 🙂 We hadn’t seen each other properly all day. And now we have .