In our kitchen we have a coat rack. Now that it is summer, this is the new kitchen decor! We don't go anywhere, but out to pickup curb side groceries, but still I wash them every week. No one comes into our house, so I think hanging them here is OK.
Nothing else going on around here. We are enjoying watching Olivia and her 6 kittens romp on the back porch. Here are a few pics taken from inside the house through my dirty windows. They are not terribly clear... but still.
|This little Siamese looking one is the runt|
It's impossible to get a pic of her with all 6 kittens... they move around too fast.
And yes, if we could catch them, we would consider taking them to the Animal Shelter's Adoption room (which we used to do). Now it's too difficult to catch them. And don't say use a hav-a-hart trap as we have one. Over the years the feral cats have learned to avoid them. We only get raccoons and possums in this trap (once a skunk and occasionally a snake).
|our back door on occasion|
Talking about dirty windows (kitchen door windows never stay clean due to little raccoon paws on the outside). But I actually cleaned my bedroom windows, blinds, and curtains yesterday. I have to admit, it had been a while.
And Friday we had a cooking lesson here. My grandson (21) who lives with us has always said that he would like to learn to cook. We never did anything about this since he was working the night shift (online ordering) at Target for a while and sleeping during the day. But now that he has taken a furlough due to the virus, I told him I was making chicken salad for supper and if he wished to make it with me, that would be fine. He did. Came out great. I make my chicken salad with purple onions, apples, and walnuts (have also used grapes and pecans).
That's it for today. Will leave you with a picture of Ghost when she was tiny...
Have a wonderful Sunday and please stay safe!