Friday, December 19, 2014
We had blue skies one day--whoohoo!
I caught a pretty morning shot another day before the clouds took over the day.
Ever since the triple dresser was moved Karma has noticed an imaginary friend or foe hiding underneath there. She spends time each day trying to coax it out or swiping at her invisible victim. Silly girl!
Of course it is just interesting because it's in a different spot.
Nothing keeps her awake for too long, though--LOL! You might notice she's not wearing her big red collar.
I took it off since having both that and her hazelwood collar seemed a bit much now that her neck is all cleared up and the fur all grown back. Not 15 minutes later she comes up for a cuddle...sans any collar at all. I thought she'd pulled the hazelwood over her head because it was so loose. Nope. It was so loose that she got ahold of the beads and chewed it off! Cracked up several of the beads, the little stinker! Looked too string-like, I suppose. Well, I tied the ends back together and it fits more snuggly now. Can still get three fingers underneath it...but her fur is so thick and the collar so thin that you can barely see she has it on. No more chomping on beads for Miss Karma!
I was over visiting McFamily on Wednesday night. Ian has been practicing his sitting up techniques. Does really well, but can still fall over when he's sitting in the corner of the couch like this. I got so excited to get a picture that I hit him with the flash the first time.
I took a couple more pictures...
...but he was so serious working at this new job.
Gramma decided to entertain him.
I move the camera down...
...and when it is ready to take another picture...
...I pop it up and say "boo"!
Ian finds this endlessly entertaining.
1. Ian has a silly Gramma.
2. Ian is easily entertained.
3. Gramma is easily entertained.
And she loves this face!
He's almost six months old already. Do you believe it?
Just had to pop in and say hi.
Have a wonderful, wonderful weekend. Last weekend before Christmas. Got my lights blinking, the Christmas music on, and Karma's sleeping in my lap. I'm just wishing for some snow!! ;)
“Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are."