64 | Mother of Two Girls | Oregon Artist | Maker | Cat lover | Telling my story ?
Purple crocus. It’s supposed to get up to 60 degrees here by Saturday. Until Monday, it hadn’t been up to even 50 since the first week of February. Way too long! 🌞
Even with all of the four legged help, our kitchen sink faucet is currently not working. It was leaking and needs parts that OF COURSE have to be ordered. Oh, joy.
I think this might be Mt.Adams in the background, but I’m not sure. I took the photo Sunday, out the window of the Cascade Amtrak in Washington State on my way southbound.
Miss Lolo trying to catch some of our rare sunshine by the piano.
I’m here with my beautiful daughters and the soon to arrive baby that will add grandma to my new title.
Fuzzy Washington sunset taken out of the window of an Amtrak train car.
😷 So, I read an article about travel and it suggested wearing a mask for several reasons. Mine is that it’s flu season and even with the flu shot I got, why take a chance? Then the fact I’m on my way to visit my pregnant daughter and get to see my other daughter, too and neither one of them needs to get sick.
I need a bigger lap. One other kitty tried to join the nap fest, but doesn’t like crowds this much. 🙀
Cat breeders Kristen Leedom and Karen Nelson were the brilliant minds that came up with the Elf Cat – a hybrid consisting of the American Curl and the Sphynx. These adorable kitties have ears that curl back into “points” much like their elfin affiliates. This is our adorable elf, Miss Lolo Maku.
Bonus of shoulder rides, you get to see places you’ve never seen before, like the top of the door.
“Bicycle, bicycle, bicycle I want to ride my Bicycle, bicycle, bicycle I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride it where I like”
2 Sisters Vegan Bakery pastries from the @oregoncityfarmersmarket, yeah, vegan. 👍🏼
The @oregoncityfarmersmarket was cold and rainy, today. It didn’t stop the farmers and other vendors from selling up their booths with all their lovely produce and goods. These beautiful mushrooms called my name and said take me home! So I did. 🥗
Look what Brian surprised me with! These are my kitties faces on socks. Pixie, Zelda, Toonces, Lolo and Westin. 🙀😽😻They are made in Oregon, too. 👍🏼
My two bonus granddaughters, Eleanor & Isabelle and a peekaboo of baby H, who is staying a surprise, until the expected April arrival.💗💗💗