Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Never Underestimate

I have two sides of the house more or less finished.  I don't usually work in sections like this.  I prefer to consider the entire object, but this is so radically different on the other two sides it's almost like two different buildings.  I may make the remaining parts a little surreal, or go for a straightforward farmhouse.
I need to think about it.

Never underestimate the power of clean laundry.  KikiLaSois and TheFriendlyKitty arrived about a year apart.  Friendly is friendly to humans not other kitties so this is a surprise.  Once last summer they curled up next to Breezy when she became geriatric, but mostly it's been kitty stink eyes.  Yesterday I brought up a basket of unfolded laundry.  These two curled up with each other within a half hour.  I wonder what will happen when I put the clothes away.

We'll see.....grasshopper....we'll see.

As always, thanks for stopping by...........-s-


  1. Oh you work like I do sometimes, thinking and letting the ideas ramble about in your head a while, isn't it fun. I am loving this house of yours so much potential and so much detail, can't wait to see what you do with the other side. I just took some photos of my two male cats lying together on the bed and then I came here and saw your two sweet ones.

  2. the house is great! It will be exciting to see it fired.
    Kitties look all snug!

  3. Cats just take a while. They don't hurry into relationships.
    That house is darling and so whimsical.

  4. Hi Linda....Out of chaos come ideas. I'm staring at white walls right now. Our kitties seem to share a mindset.
    BIG THANKS for the mention on your blog!

    Hi Meredith...slow but steady...if I do more it will go a lot faster.

    Hi Patti....Sometimes it takes years for cats to acclimate to each other.....time and space seem to be the ingredients.

    Hi Gary.....Thanks!

    Thank you all, for all the positive comments!

  5. Such a fairy tale little house - can't wait to see it all finished! xC

  6. Hi Catherine...thanks, I'm on the final wall!

    Hi Tracey...Thanks, your comments mean a lot to me.

  7. Thank you so much for stopping by with words of comfort. It was so appreciated.


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