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Thursday, May 06, 2010

Ramius and The Babette

I am taking over the blog today and I wanted to show you a couple of squares I made for Mommy's Babette last night. I realize that most of you didn't know I could even do the crochet, but here you go - proof. The crochet is very easy to do, you sit on Mommy's lap and purr unless she makes bad color choices and then you continue to purr while you direct her in the making of the block - unless she drags the yarn across your beautiful coat, which is very itchy twitchy. That's really all there is to the crochet. I can't figure out why she hasn't finished this project yet, I keep purring and purring (and correcting her mistakes - I'm such a helpful cat), but she still isn't done with this Babette thing. Doesn't she know that air conditioning offends me? I will need to be wrapped in the wool in order to survive the summer. Get a move on, woman!

Oh, I also need to clarify a detail that came up in a previous post - something about me making noise in the middle of the night? I have no recollection of any such activity. I would never do anything so vulgar as knock something over accidentally. Clearly there were ninjas that broke into the house without tripping the alarm (they're ninjas after all) and knocked something over. Naturally they were horrified by the ruckus they made and snuck back out of the house to regroup. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

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Blogger Michelle said...

Ramius, you are a cat of many talents!

10:12 AM  
Blogger Micky said...

Very lovely squares.
And I am sure it was ninjas.

7:37 PM  
Blogger alison said...

Oh Ramius - you are my heart's desire... purrr


1:40 AM  

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