The weekend was fun at our house. DD came up with her roommate who has opened her home to her and her kids when they are around . She needed help and my DD needed a new home near the old one to keep tabs on the youngest still at home who is 15. M. has 4 cats and DD is a cat lover so she also wanted to bring the most lovable one up for her Dad to have a little fun with. He would so love to have a little cat or dog but with his condition and having to get around with a walker or wheel chair ,we are afraid that it would not be a good situation. So this is Ginger. She did make herself at home but would not stay on Hubby's lap for petting. We decided she was a ladies cat. Not used to men in the house although Dan the youngest plays with her a lot when he is there.
Ginger was rolling on the floor and on her back which is what I was trying to get but as soon as the camera clicked she rolled over like this. She was a stray that wondered in and knew that this house liked cats and soft hearted M. fed her and soon let her in the house. She was just a kitten.
I couldn't resist taking this picture although there was not enough light and I was to far away for the flash to work. This is how Dan and M. spent most of Friday night and Saturday. Both with their laptops and enjoying the day. DD was also in the chair by me with her laptop. Such is the world of this generation. I took the chance to get a little hand quilting done.
Am getting close to the end of the Sunbonnet Sue quilt. Have the side setting triangles to quilt and the border. The center is down. I am taking it with me this coming weekend to our Hollow retreat in Dayton Ohio. The gal who owns this quilt will be there and thought I would give her a chance to see what I have done so far and also the rest of the ladies. Give me a chance to work on it also.
Hubby is coming along pretty good so far. I am looking forward to the little vacation. DD will come up Thursday night after working at the school to get her room ready, and stay with her Dad. She probably has more patience with him than I do.
Till the next time and thanks for stopping by.