Our cat Gemma gets up to all sorts of mischief at night. Mind you, she does this very quietly and we don't hear a thing. Come morning however, we see what she has been getting up to while we have been sleeping. Not content with dropping her little mouse toys into her water bowl, as reported last week, she has been inflicting the same punishment on her toy snake.
Toy snake in the water bowl
Gemma often takes a swipe at the small wall hangings too. She knows there is dingly-dangly cord hanging behind each one and this is what she is really after. The other morning we came out to the sitting room to find these two hanging at crazy angles.
Attacked by the cat in the dead of night
This is how they should be hanging
The picture of innocence
It’s Roll the Dice Monday again today, so I was keen to see which number on my list I would be working on this week. Number four – my selvedge bag. This is an old project I had forgotten about and I found the little selvedge blocks tucked away in a magazine. I obviously wanted to use up some small selvedge lengths when I stitched these blocks.
Project number four, selvedge bag
I’d better get going and make a start on this. Once again, it is another busy week (aren’t they all) with several social occasions, a medical appointment, and then we are off and away in the caravan on Thursday for the long Queen’s Birthday Weekend. Monday is a public holiday, but we decided we would go early and have Friday away too.