Friday, August 13, 2010

This and That...and JoJo

I've been jumping from project to project as usual these last few days while I've been home.

I've got Alissa's dress almost finished...except for the zipper. I hate sewing in zippers! School starts in a little over a week, and I've promised her I'd have it ready in time. I'll take a picture of it when it's completed.

I turned a little shutter into a shelf and got that hung in my sewing room.


I have a second one and I'm going to make it into a shelf for Laura.

A little more progress has been made on my walkway out front. I'll be glad when I have it finished.


JoJo had his final shots and neutering yesterday. They gave him a tatoo on his belly and I had him microchipped. Poor little guy was poked and cut all over, but he's doing fine today after lots of sleeping.


He's good for a year now. My little "free" guy has cost almost $300 now. I'm thankful my neighbor that found him paid a third of it.

I've gotten quite a bit of house cleaning done, but still have more to do. I've continued my project of sorting through things I'm not using and putting them in boxes for donation.

It's back to Lowes tomorrow - I really hate working there but don't have any other options at the moment. It's such a negative environment as far as management and employees go, but I am meeting lots of nice customers and getting leads on potential jobs elsewhere.

Time for a little snack and then going to bed. I hope you all have a good weekend!

3 comments:

Tazzy said...

I love shutters to shelf ideas! I have brick we are collecting to make a walkway to our not yet done rose bed. Poor kitty. My little pup will need spayed very soon so i'm feeling the little buggers pain. Awwww... hugs. Tazzy

T's Daily Treasures said...

Poor little JoJo but he is so lucky to have you for a mama. What a cute idea your shutter shelf is. Even if your work environment isn't idea, you can spread your own joy! Don't let the buggers get you down. Best wishes, Tammy

Diane said...

He reminds me of my daughter's cat, "Miss Bean", all long legs and lanky body. So cute!
Love the shelf, Phyllis!
Diane