I’m working hard on my Trickery knit-a-long stole. The Feline Overlord is working hard on slowing me down. I am a pretty competent knitter. She is a VERY talented trouble maker. Her trouble making skills kick the crap out of my knitting skills.
I had a busy week so the Feline Overlord is feeling a bit neglected. Poor baby.
There were a few extra knit lessons this week. There was a few extra errands too. There was also one whole evening spent getting a suddenly dead truck battery replaced. So I haven’t been at home as much as I should and Her Royal Cat-ness has not been getting enough attention.
I did have another Trickery Knit-a-Long video planned for you. But this kept happening:
So you don’t get that video. S’ok. My time on that particular evening was better spent shining the red lazer beam all around the living room.
When I have found a few minutes to sit down and knit there is usually a cat in my lap with 3.2 seconds. One can try to knit on top of said cat and I have.
That didn’t go so well. I had to put down the Trickery and properly address my attention to a very important issue: the itchiness of a certain kitty’s armpits.
She has given me a little time to myself here and there. Not much. Mostly I’ve been taking Trickery along with me. But today is an at-home day (I need it) and a knit-all-day day and hopefully I will make some progress. I’m feeling optimistic because even bad kitties can’t be bad 24/7. They need to take breaks for nap time.
You love her don’t you? You love her maybe more then the Trickery stole don’t you? You’d be just fine if I gave up the knitting/crocheting/spinning and just posted kitty stuff day in and day out wouldn’t you?
Btw, I did get a short How To Comment guide written. I’ll keep a link to it up there in the top menu for a while. Things are going well with the new comment section from what I can tell. And perhaps this particular post will pacify a particularly irate commenter. (See that guide if your interested in reading the complaint left by a certain party.)