Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Not my workstation anymore...


When the temperature drops below 65°* - the KnitOwl loses her workstation by the simple dropping of a sweater...

Progress Report: 1 alien finished, 1 ready to applique, 1 in sewing stage and 1 more cut out. 6 total due PDQ. Sally and Willow claim they are unable to help speed things along... something about no thumbs (and cat hair).

Mr.J: He sees the surgeon for the last time today to check on how well his bones are knitting.

At the Office: Dragon mailbox is being put in the ground today. We are trying to solidify a radio advertising deal to begin tomorrow. Our boss did the voice-overs for our commercials, and wow, they sound professional.

* : Inside the house.

8 comments:

Rebekah said...

Lack of thumbs is an awful impediment.

My dad used to own a print shop, they had a office cat, Pica. No box went out of that shop without a little bit of Pica fur. The customers would get upset if they didn't have at least a little fur in their box. Everyone loved Pica. She lived to be over 21 years old!

mrspao said...

Hooray for cats! Sally and Willow know what's good for you.

susan said...

The kitties look so cute and cozy!

Chris said...

Aw, look at how sweet they are. I'm sure they MEAN to be helpful. ;) Sew like the wind!!

Jennifer said...

My cats do the same thing with knitwear. If a sweater, scarf, hat is on the ground they find it and make it their own. :-)

Carrie K said...

I'm sure they're being very productive! They're on the work station.

Crossing fingers for Mr J's bones and the radio ad (and one slightly more than the other....)

RennyBA said...

Cute cats and how nice of you to lend them your workstation even in this busy time!

Btw: what's the outside temperature then? Here in Oslo, Norway we were close to freezing this morning and that is relatively mild for this time of the year:-)

RheLynn said...

RennyBA: It has gotten down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 celsius) here - which is cold for the area! We even saw our first snow today, but just a tiny bit.

I see you have a 'dark time' in Norway, that is something very strange to me!