Thank you for all the nice comments about our home movies of our Lucy. As you can see, she has a tough life . . . not!
She didn’t always have it so soft. She was a rescue cat, abandoned at a shelter by her first owners. I was lucky enough to adopt her when she was two years old, thanks to Petfinder.com and an animal rescue organization, Capital Animal Care.
Some of you who have been listening to me yammer on for years will remember that shortly after Miss Lucy came to live with me, the possibility of a Lucy Calendar was discussed. But nothing ever came of it.
Lucy is proud to present the 2007 Lucy Wall Calendar, available in my Cafepress store. A different cheesecake photo of Lucy each month! Retail price is $17.99. The Cafepress base price is $14.99, so we’ll make a $3.00 profit on each calendar. That profit will be donated to animal rescue in its entirely.
We’ve also added some less expensive Lucy items to the store. What’s not to like? One-stop shopping for all your holiday gifts!
I’ll add the link to the Cafepress store to my sidebar. If there are other Lucy items you’d like me to add, please let me know!
Some Knitting Content
I’m ahead of schedule on the denim sweater, for I finished the front earlier today.
This is the front, washed and dried. Dried, but no thanks to my new dryer, which after less than 2 weeks of faithful service, died. Kaput. After I had washed the front of the sweater and needed to dry it to get it to shrink to match the back.
So the sweater front and I took a quick road trip and used the KOARC’s dryer. And I’m relieved to say that the front matches the back in length exactly, even though they were dried in two different dryers.
And for my stupid dryer I scheduled a service call. They can’t come out to fix it until October 30. Sigh. Am I pissed? Oh, yes.
So I’m starting a sleeve.
Lucy is relaxing by watching television.
She’s quite a fan of Jimmy Neutron, as you can see.
Some of you noted that there was roving piled alluringly on the floor in the video I posted Friday night. Surprisingly, Lucy does not mess with my roving. She very rarely messes with my yarn, either. She is a good kitty!