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Friday, May 07, 2010

Still in the Hood

That would be Cassidy's hood. I'm somewhere past the 1/3 mark but not quite to the halfway point (according to my own figuring). I was getting snuggles from Ramius last night when I was trying to work on it and in order not to upset him, I have to keep the main part of Cassidy beside me, instead of in my lap (where Ramius is). I've been trying to work on this during the day when Ramius is catching up on his sleep but this week has been crazy busy and the only time I've had to knit has been in the evening. I'd love to get some serious headway on the hood this weekend, but we'll have to see what Ramius' schedule is.

Have a great weekend!



Blogger Laura47 said...

Isn't it fun how our animals dictate our schedules so thoroughly? My Emily, who's 6.5 pounds of tortoiseshell with Siamese attitude (I was raised by Siamese so I'm all too familiar with that style of human ownership!) gets very annoyed if I choose to put my knitting on my lap instead of allowing her occupation, both of my lap and my attention (and, of course, hands -- must pet as required!). Ramius is so beautiful, though, how could you possibly resist?

10:52 AM  
Blogger nimbleknitter said...

Amazing isn't it? Everything I knit is at least 10% cat hair because I've almost always got a cat on me while I'm knitting. Usually a fussy tuxedo who demands that I stop occasionally to apply hands to her beautiful fur. Often while I'm doing this there is also a black maine coon on my right shoulder who insists on smelling my breath every so often in case I might have sneaked some tidbit into my mouth while he wasn't looking. If not him then it's a small velvet-coated girl who lays on my chest and keeps trying to put her feet, claws bared, into my mouth. Whether it's open or not. I haven't figured out what she thinks she's trying to do. Perhaps it along the lines of "pet me or I'll rip your lips off". Aren't they precious?

7:35 AM  

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