Sunday, November 23, 2008

and another picture from the show...



I have not been anywhere to take pictures other than the Playhouse, so you will just have to deal with these...

I am in the process of finishing the Lobby Poster for Peter Pan, and then the wall for DEAR SANTA, THEN i CAN RELAX (oops caps on) at least for a few days...I have to bring pies to DOnna's house for Thursday, so I will those on Tuesday, and stick them in the fridge. I am also cat sitting Dotties two fur babies, so the house is kinda on edge right now until they all adjust to each other again.

I have a huge fire going in the stove, and the animals are all jockeying for the best position in front of it. Ethel has won so far. She is the oldest and the Bitch of the crew, so they all catered to her needs. I just don't know how she hangs on, she cant weigh more than 2 pounds! She sleeps a lot, but she still cuddles with me, and purrs, and eats, and meows loudly when she wants something.
I wish I could make her better but I can't. She is happy, and does not appear to be in pain, so I will just let her be for awhile.

Gotta go throw another log on the fire...

4 comments:

Brenda said...

It's been a little nippley here too this past week.

I sure hope Ethel stays pain free and continues to snuggle with you until the end of her days.

cassie-b said...

Keep warm. And thanks for the play picture. We'll be going to see "A Christmas Story" next week. Last week was Oliver!

And good luck with yours.

Sally said...

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Mary Lou. :)

Dick said...

You sure spend a lot of time working on those plays. It is a good thing that you enjoy doing it or one might think it was like a JOB!

We have been keeping the sunroom a bit warmer than in the past although I expect the electric bill will be up noticeably because of that. But we find we are more likely to use it this time of the year, too, when it is more comfortable to go into.

You list scrapbooking as a new hobby in your profile. Have you done anything with using the computer to prepare your pages, or do you use a software program for that?