I don't yet know her name, but I do know that she won't pose for photos, so this is the best I can do.
She seems to be settling in. She ate, napped, played, purred, meowed, used the litter-box (not necessarily in that order). She likes to climb up things. Us, for example. With claws.
I had the hardest time getting a picture, as the lens kept misting over, as it's so warm and humid outside.
The ball of yarn looked way more attractive, colour-wise that is, than knitted up. I'm not worried, as I'm not afraid to dye.
I haven't done any new beading, as in new designs, but in the interest of resting my back last weekend, I decided to stitch along with my Sunday afternoon class. I put together a couple of red kits, and thought I'd like to see how it looked made up.
Given that red isn't my favourite colour in the world (I don't hate it, and it certainly doesn't provoke such violent feelings of antipathy as royal blue), I kinda like the way this looks. I guess I ought to finish it.
I did make a class sample (due yesterday) since I sold the original.
My son, my over-six-feet baby, made me this gorgeous cherry table for my living room.