Sunday, June 1, 2014

Meet Miss Daisy!

A busy week, as you know on Thursday we made a trip to Clay Center Kansas to pick up our kitten Daisy from the breeder. A long day there and back but a beautiful one at that, the sun was shining and the scenery was beautiful! Tall grass prairie most of the way west of Kansas City, hard to capture it's beauty as it is so vast. 

The drive home went well, Daisy cried a bit but soon settled down and napped all the way home. 
Once home she ran and hid under my chair and sofa for a day :( I could tell she was very interested in this sparkly fish but no way was she coming out! 

Day 2 Daisy gave in and ventured out. She became acclimated to Hubby and I very quickly hopping from one lap to another. She purrs and purrs and is very sweet. She has been very busy exploring her new domain, she likes the top of my computer chair. 

I forgot how silly kittens could be until she jumped down onto my desk, stuck her head right in my tissue box and got it stuck... who would have ever guessed! I suppose I will have to cut the plastic opening on tissue boxes both ways in the future! She is soft and fluffy as a bunny, we are happy she has adjusted so quickly to us, we just love her! 

Tonight I made Indian Tacos from the Indian Fry Bread Mix I showed you in my last post. 

They were so delicious!!

This week I also mailed off two tops to Brenda for quilting, a table runner and wall hanging. 
Can't wait to see what she does with them as always. 
In the mean time I will be writing the patterns and trying to keep up with Miss Daisy!

1 comment:

WoolenSails said...

I am glad to see Miss Daisy is getting used to you now, she is so pretty. I have fried bread once, didn't know it was indian fry bread, lol. I make my dough like that since I can't use yeast and tried frying a piece once, nice treat.