The kitties and I were quite surprised to see a skiff of snow on the ground when we got up on Saturday morning. I don't know if it was the weather or what, but they were into everything over the weekend.
They probably knew BG and I were trying to get a lot done with the bathroom remodel and decided to test our patience!
Sorry for the poor quality of the photo, but I wanted to show you what Stormy has been doing the last few days. She just doesn't want to leave the plant alone that is on the entertainment center. She thinks that if she walks behind the TV she is hiding and we won't see her. lol!
I spent the better part of 2 hours one day repotting some 8 or 9 houseplants and I had a lot of help with that job from my furry crew. It was a job that I've been putting off, but now it's done and all the tops of the cabinets and refrigerator are also clean where I keep them away from busy little paws. Except for the couple on the entertainment center that I have to watch for telltale signs of chewing.
I do know that pothos is toxic, but not deadly, to cats and it doesn't seem to bother Stormy. I purchased a container of grass for them to chew on at the pet store, but they ignored it.
Friday saw me heading back to the home center again, but first a little detour was made to the Amish country for some pies and other goodies for Thanksgiving. I was so focused on thinking about what I needed/wanted that I didn't think to take any photos until I was leaving. The day was cloudy and dreary as you can see in this quick snap through my dirty windshield.
I'd rather have been napping over the weekend, but BG and I worked on the bathroom getting the trim back in place, hanging the closet doors, putting the cabinet back in place in the divider, hanging the mirror, and semi-installing the vanity. We still have the vanity to finish and new closet doorknobs to install and the trim around the new window needs finishing and installed. I think that's about it!
Meanwhile, Kim and J were still working on the walls at The Project. They have the spare bedroom painted and now the rest of the rooms are about ready to paint. After our bathroom is finished, we'll be helping with the painting when we can. BG also needs to finish some electrical stuff.
I'd love to be going to Branson for Thanksgiving this year, but we decided we'd better spend every day BG has off at The Project if daughter is to get moved in before Christmas.
Are you cooking this Thanksgiving? We were invited to go out to eat with J's parents. They live near us and are a fun couple to be around, but we decided to stay at home. Our son will be coming in and it will just be the few of us. Kim and J will come by later in the day for an evening meal.
I most likely won't be posting for awhile. Maybe not for a few weeks. Life is just too busy for me to keep up with blogging right now. I will pop in and read when I can, though. And I still have several blog friends on my prayer list. I won't forget you!
I wish all of my friends here in the US the most wonderful Thanksgiving ever. I have much to be grateful for and I've put a list of a few things in my sidebar. There is too much to list them all! One thing I am grateful for is for my blogging friends. You are the best and I'm thankful for each one of you. Take care and have a wonderful holiday!