Sunday, March 27, 2016

Purim is over - Easter is here

Greetings to everyone who is celebrating this season in whatever way works for them.

We're laying low and enjoying another fine rainy day in Georgia.  Since the laundry is next door, I carried over some clothes, quilts, bedding and rugs that badly needed to see the inside of a washer

Since we're sequestered, I'm using the time to marinate some cat toys in catnip.  This should make them much more interesting to the kids when they come out of the bag again.

Yes, those are arms and hands you see.  You must remember I used to be a dollmaker, so the cats get to play with left over body parts.

I've been communicating with a woman who commented on my blog about Chattanooga TN, our next stop.  I'm making arrangements to meet up with her and her husband when in town to have lunch.  It's all about the people in this lifestyle, meeting them and making new friends as you go.

She's a long arm quilter and told me of a great little quilt shop I'll have to visit as well.  I think I'm going to like our stay in Tennessee.  This will probably spur another burst of sewing in my life.

Long Live Queen Easter  (a little joke for my Jewish friends)


  1. I guess those doll arms make good bunny-kick toys. We rejuvenate with catnip like that, too.
    I am a Catholic convert from a Southern Baptist family who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood in Chicago. I get your joke. *wink* Shalom.

  2. Great idea to marinate the toys. Happy Easter!

  3. What a great idea for refreshing the cat toys, and I love your humor. I grew up Protestant, living in a Catholic neighborhood. In later years, I married a wonderful Jewish fellow. I have been privileged and blessed.

    Enjoy your rainy "down" time. Have a wonderful day my friend. Hugs, Edna B.