Tuesday, October 16, 2007

pictures everyone!

This little one is Buddha..... the sick kitten. She so loves sleeping in the sun.

This is the cat tree that the marines built for me. The big black cat is actually Rusty's. His name is gunner.

Here all three of the foster kittens. I just love seeing them napping together.

The black and white cat is Oreo and the solid black cat is Lucky.

This is the table that I sew at and the table that Rusty would like to eat at. Silly boy you just can't move sewing! LOL

This is Nikki's blanket. Amber asked me what I made it with because it is so heavy. I am thinking good because that is what Nikki wanted!

This is the scrap quilt. I love the way this one turned out! The sad thing is.... I still have more scraps! I have gotten all of my material down to 1 medium tote so I am doing good!

I have no idea what is going on with aohell. It is not allowing me to read most of the journals! Sorry if I did not comment, it was not me it was aolhell.

Today I am going to do some stuff around here. Nothing major. I may pull out what is left of my material and go through it and figure out another quilt or something. I am not sure yet.

I have taken over paying the bills. I even have some of them set up to be paid on line. I am liking this on line bill pay. So yesterday we got some bills in the mail and I jumped to look at them! The bills were so small! With me being able to pay on line I can go on and pay whatever I want through out the month and then when the bill comes it is nothing! I am so loving this.

Do I look like a pillow.... don't answer that! I have three kittens sleeping on my lap.

Anyway, I have figured out that I want to put black cats along the bottom of my ball gown. Rusty said no because it is not Halloween. So I will have to go look around for something funky, yet not to funky.

Does anyone out there other me watch Oprah? Did you see the one with Jerry Seinfeld and his wife? Well she sneaks vegi's into everything and her children love it. Rusty is not a vegi eater. I am like his vegi cop.

So last night I was looking at some of this gals idea's. For dinner last night I made meat loaf. I was able to sneak in an ass load of carrots! I do not have a food processor so I just chopped them up super small! I also added some potatoes. I diced them up small, and you could see them, but Rusty likes Potatoes. Anyway it turned out son good! I am going to have to try more of her ideas!

I also had a dream that someone called the aspca on me! What is that about? Yes, I have a ton of cats but lets face it, they are all taken care of! Oh well

I am off to start my day. I need to put dinner in the crock pot, and switch around the laundry. Oh my life is just so thrilling.

http://www2.oprah.com/foodhome/food/jseinfeld/recipes/jseinfeld_recipes_main.jhtml

11 comments:

lisa41076 said...

Kelli, loved the pictures of the kitties, those quilts you made are gorgeous !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hugs Lisa

deshelestraci said...

I used to watch Oprah like a bad habit.  But I haven't watched a single show in about a year.  I've done the carrots in the meatloaf thing.  You have to be careful not to add too many or you might have a mutany.  LOL
The kitty tree is lovely!  And the quilts!
Traci

lattedah711 said...

Meatl;oaf sounds good.  Tanks for the idea.  Potatoes in the meatloaf (Not a bad idea either)  :)
http://journals.aol.com/lattedah711/lattedah/    Tracy

hugsdoodlewacky said...

((((((((((((((((((HUGSTOYO))))))))))))))))I like it that you are a good caring and giving person.If you do quilts,which I know you do,I would even pay you to do one.I love the way you do them.Maybe you need another tabel,one for your sweing and one for eating.LOL.Have a nice day.

sunnyside46 said...

I am utterly stunned at the beauty of that quilt!
How exciting to be able to create something like that!
Love
Marti

plieck30 said...

My husband made a cat tree one time for our cats then we passed it to our grandcats. One of my daughter's had a cat named Oreo but it was so lonely with them working it chewed up her new leather brief case so they gave it to an elderly woman who was home all time. I love the quilt made from scraps. Paula

seraphoflove9001 said...

Now thats a good idea with the vegie's. I love the pictures of the kittens! :o)
Lisa

lurkynat said...

lol Kelli this article is stellar! and soooooo funny! lol!
you are wonderful and very funny too! grinnnnnnnnnnnn
love,nat

gehi6 said...

I love the scrap quilt.  It is wild.  I think my mom made mostly scrap quilts, while her grandma made star quilts because that is what everybody wanted.  sorry Rusty vetoed your black cats idea for your dress but maybe it was for the best.  those cats look super comfortable  Some of the super duper seamstresses used to have sewing rooms.  I call that luxury. But the rag lady used to have stuff strung all over.  She sewed the rags and her husband wove them into rugs.  I thought that was quite the couple combo.  He was very handy and did a lot of things and he was so strong and could weave so fast he could turn out a rug in no time.  For some reason I envied the rug weavers.  I thought I could do that!   Gerry

nay0114 said...

I didn't watch Oprah, but I watch Jon & Kate plus 8 and she is always talking about how the babies will not get veggies so she chops everything up fine and puts it in there anyway and they gobble it all up. She puts like a million veggies in meatloaf. Great idea. I love veggies and fruit.
Take care, Chrissie

nay0114 said...

Opppsss I forgot to tell you the quilts are awesome. I can't wait to get in my tv room and I think I'm gonna lap quilt so it'll be smaller pieces. I want to start sewing again. Loved all the pictures.
Take care, Chrissie