Monday, September 17, 2012

TUSAL & Some Stitching

Boy! That new moon snuck up on me this month. I totally missed it yesterday. So here is my day late orts.





Now onto the stitching part of the post. I worked on The Astronomer and almost have page 8 finished. I lack about 20 to 30 stitches.


 I got sidetracked though when part 3 of Very Scary came in and I had to finish that. Then I was picked to be the next recipient of the Tribal Penguin traveling pattern. It came on Saturday so I picked some fabric, got the floss, and started it. I want to finish it quickly so I can pass it on.

The drama in our household this past week was our cat Gray has been diagnosed with diabetes. So it was off to the vets to learn how to give him insulin shots.  We had to change his food and we have to wait until he eats before we can give him his shot.  He is not a happy kitty.

That's all that's going on here. Thanks for stopping by.

9 comments:

Pull the other thread said...

Aw poor kitty. Your progress is fab, well done.

MarchAnn said...

Have fun with Gray Jan hope it gets easier for you all.

Everything looks great and I love Astronomer.

Ewa said...

I can't even imagine giving a cat a shot. It's bad enough giving them a pill...

Well, your stitching looks gorgeous!

Daffycat said...

Poor Gray! It's really hard to switch a cat's food - they are so finicky! Best of luck.

Great TUSAL post!

Minnie said...

Your stitching is great as usual, sorry about your cat. Good luck with giving him shots.

Tania said...

Oh no, I can't imagine me giving my cats a shot! I hope you have nice cats. Your stitching is great!

Susan said...

Great progress. I had a diabetic cat - much easier to take care of than the diabetic Hubs!! Didn't take mine long to get used to the shots and after a year or so she got better - yes, unlike people, a cats body can "fix" the diabetes.

ricketyjo said...

Wow, the Astronomer is looking great!

September said...

Hello

Just found your blog.
Lovely stitching and TUSAL.
Poor Gray, I hope he is happier soon.
Have a good week.