This is another of the projects I’ve been working on – a hexagon of hexagons. Right now it’s a hexagon but it will evolve into something else. I haven’t got anything specifically planned — yet. So I’ll just keep adding … Continue reading
Yes, I know — a picture that’s almost identical to the one I showed yesterday. A healthy baby boy who has been named Cameron was born late yesterday afternoon, so this little quilt is now named Cameron’s Windmills, the label was completed and appliqued on and it’s ready to go.
I’m not sure how much I’ll be posting this week. As well, visiting blogs and replying to comments will probably not be something I’ll be doing much of over the next few days as Lester has had another small stroke. He’s had two strokes before now, both of which he recovered from quite remarkably well. This time? This time I’m not so sure what the outcome will be. When we left here to go to the vet’s on Monday, I wasn’t feeling very optimistic. However, the vets gave him a painkiller as well as an appetite stimulant. By the time I sat down to write this late Monday night, there was a very small improvement so we’re hoping that he can bounce back this time as well. For now, we’re syringe feeding him and Smudge.
This picture of Lester was taken last week. He was much more restrained than Smudge — didn’t feel he had to get on the board when we were trying to take a picture of the Rainbow Flower.
Smudge was checking on Lester throughout the evening on Monday. Then he stretched out for a snooze.
It’s growing but not quite as quickly as I was thinking it would. I’m still hoping to have the piecing finished by the time the weekend is over and, with any luck, have it ready to quilt by mid-week next week. I got distracted from stitching as we were watching the Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland last night. Normally, I watch/listen and stitch with no problems but that was so well done that there was much less stitching done than normal.
Smudge did eat a bit on his own on Wednesday, but not enough. So the syringe feeding continues. We are more and more convinced he has decided he likes being fed and have jokingly renamed him Pasha Puss. He doesn’t mind the syringe feeding at all, puts up no fuss about it and basically just lies or sits there while he’s being fed. Next we think he’ll be expecting us to peel him grapes! I’m not altogether sure what this look is saying other than perhaps, “I’m very comfortable here, so please bring my food in liquid form and feed me!”
Lester is quite interested in the syringe feeding and usually is right there supervising.