And dreams of puzzle pieces danced through their heads...
The girls are on Kittenwar ;o) With all their brothers and sisters.
What do you call a cat-owner's puzzle with ten pieces missing?
This hasn't happened quite yet, but it's my prediction atm.
The apple-crisp was okay, but it could be better. I used very small Washington apples and a 7x7 pan. With larger apples, and the full-size pan I'm sure the recipe would work better. There would be more apple left after peeling, that is for sure.
Sally 'helped me cook.' She is a constant kitchen-cat. I can't run a broom, faucet or wipe down a counter without her investigating. The only cupboard in the kitchen she can't get open, so far, is the pantry. Which is lucky!
As I mentioned in a comment reply, I slept in till 9 am today. I'm not sure if it is a triumph or a defeat. Willow was repeatedly trying to wake me up, from 3:30 am on, to tell me the food dish was empty. I ignored her, which is atypical. Salamander decided I needed her mousie laid beside my pillow as encouragement to wake up.
We got a DVD of CSI from Netflix today! Yay! I hope have the willpower to clean the house and get some other things done. Miss I's birthday present (a week late now) is still waiting for a backing. I just haven't found a good fabric for it!
Willow is in full play-mode... chasing a receipt around the floor and bunny-kicking her red tennis ball (which is usually for chasing, then ignoring.)