There may not be time for knitting, but my camera is with me most of the time so here are some random shots taken this week. Last week’s record high temperatures are but a memory as the clouds and rain returned. If you squint really hard you’ll see Mt. St. Helens in the background of this picture. I pass this way to and from work each day.
In spite of the rain, etc. my little Braeburn Apple tree is covered with buds. Most will need to be removed to protect the small branches from breaking and to encourage new growth, but they make me happy just the same.
Each day after school we’re greeted by a familiar sight. N, a young man who lives next door, is met by his kitty, Cassie. When Cassie hears the bus she runs from their front porch, meowing loudly all of the way. Once she reaches N then she chats away while simultaneously trying to rub, jump and otherwise love on her boy. Once the greetings are over they walk or run back to their house together.
Last night while returning from Middle School orientation I noticed that the Chevron station where I buy gas had raised prices during the day. The cost for regular unleaded is now $4.10 9/10 per gallon! I took a picture, but then accidentally erased it. Diesel was $4.58 9/10 per gallon. Unbelievable! We’re definately staying close to home for quite some time.
Finally, here’s a link to an amazing Calgary artist. The kitty armour fascinates me to no end.