Is this not the most adorable kitten? This one showed up (oh no, not again!) at our house and it is about half the size of its siblings. We've been feeding it a milk supplement and kitten chow. My daughter even made a little sweater for it to wear to watch the Royals
This little pumpkin is my lone fall decoration. I usually have lots of fall touches here and there in the house and a display of pumpkins and mums by the front door. But, as much as I love fall, I haven't had much time or inclination to decorate. The Project has been gotten all of my attention lately.
This old house was shown in a post I did 4 years ago. I had written about some mysterious happenings going on in our house and thought around Halloween would be a good time to share the stories. Thankfully, we have not experienced any strange goings on lately. If you are interested in reading the post about them, you can find it here. The old house is no longer standing. Someone set fire to it last year and it burned to the ground. I wish whoever had done this dastardly deed had gotten caught!
And, finally, I must say that this next month will be extremely busy as we double down on the work at The Project. We have so much to do and I know our daughter would like to be moved in by Christmas. I'm not sure that will happen. It's hard to find good help in this small town, so this is a real DIY project. We're going to be working as hard as we can, so I may not be blogging much in the next month. If you don't see me, picture this tired old woman helping (yes, I've done all this before...when I was younger!) with mudding drywall, sanding, cleaning, painting, and a hundred and one other things that need to be done. BG is still working his normal job, but there are things I can do while he is at work. As he said, we will be burning the midnight oil if we are to get enough done by Christmas so daughter can move in. I won't forget to take photos!
Linking to Tanya's Willy Nilly Friday 5
Happy Friday and Happy Halloween!