This picture was taken just moments ago, with Scooter on the sofa in the living room, where she belongs in the evening! She was still in 'seclusion' when I left for work this morning, but was waiting by the kitchen when I came home. She had a nice dinner, and I gave her a little belly rub, which is one of our little rituals. She seems totally normal. I'll keep a close eye on her for a few days, looking for any strange behavior.
Because of her little disappearing act last night, I didn't get much done. DH is out of town for a couple of days, and I was really looking forward to my Home Alone night. Do you think his feelings would be hurt if I asked him to stay away for an extra night? I did finally stitch a flower, and added it to the others that I made over the weekend at my retreat. Saturday was a beautiful day, and a friend wanted to sit out on the porch and sew down a binding, so I grabbed my hexie kit and joined her. I had raided the scrap basket earlier, so had a few little snippets of fabric that wanted to join my garden.
Spring has sprung here in Western Maryland. I was shocked on Sunday when I got home from the retreat, and saw that our trees had turned white. I was only gone a little more than 48 hours!
We also have daffodils in bloom, and a few tulips are beginning to open. The neighbors have beautiful azaleas, and I'm seeing tulip magnolias and forsythia in all their glory. I just love watching the earth come back to life in the spring. We were thinking of going to Washington DC on Saturday to see the cherry blossoms, but I think there's rain in the forecast for the weekend, and they'll be past peak, so we probably won't make it this year.
This picture was taken Monday morning, and the daffodils on the left side of the sidewalk still haven't opened. They look like they're going to burst, but I think someone glued them shut?
In case you're wondering, I didn't finish any projects at the retreat, but I'll try to have pictures by the end of this weekend.
Contentedly watching my kitties.......Sunny