Such a perfect little kitty. No calls yet in response to the ad or the Humane Society file.
Meanwhile, we've had more snow. Right around dinner time we had a big fall that kept the big flakes coming until sunset. We ended up with more record-setting snow and pretty sky colors despite the warmer temps today. It's really fun, wondering whether I'll wake up to rain, snow, or clear skies. After many years of dreary, rainy springs with non-stop cloudy skies from early March through early June, I feel like we're actually getting to experience a new season as opposed to enduring the long, drawn out death of winter.
I celebrated by taking some pics, some movies, and I wrote some and painted some. Technically I'm still painting. There's a phase in watercolor called leave it the hell alone. So I'm leaving it alone so that the color can dry and stabilize before I go play some more. Katherine informed me that it was time to leave it the hell alone by hopping up onto the dining table and sniffing around the watercolor palette. Something smelled intriguing enough that I was worried she might sample, so I picked up the palette. She would have none of it. She followed the escaping palette by climbing onto the chair. When I swung it out behind me she made a jump for it and tipped the paint tray just enough to splash a little Hunter's green onto the soon-to-be-eradicated white carpet.
Time for the kitty to go play with Orion. She purred madly as I picked her up. I let her play with the paper towel I've been using for blotting while I carried her down the stairs. I let the boy know it was his turn to entertain the thing. She has served her purpose. She got me away from mucking up the colors. Now it's time to get back to work.
I hope everyone is having good, or at least fun, weather!