Yeah, I didn't know what it was until my doctor told me. So that was a brand new type of pain I got to experience.
We won't go into the work situation, except to say we're shorthanded, the controller has been replaced but that left us doing our period close without one. This has been an exhausting December.
But I have tons of pictures for you all to see. In no particular order.
Providing Quinn the cat with some entertainment as she fantasizes about catching the twitchy tailed thing.
Isabella is more laid back. As long as she has her duckie toy and a soft place to lie down she's pretty happy. Of course her sister has enough energy for both of them.
A view from a window
The front door opens and you can see where our homeowner has dropped her phone and keys on the island.
Birdseed is scrumptious!
The kitchen desk from the window. The daffodils are blooming.
We can see Quinn in the window still eying that squirrel.
Another look through the front door.
The front porch. I was really excited when the doorknocker finally arrived.
Another view from the front window.
Isabella really likes the warm fire.
Quinn is still watching that squirrel while we see the sliding door and into the bathroom.
Some of the kitchen. Canisters and a breadbox. We do not leave bread in the open with Quinn around. Quinn likes bread. She'll tear through plastic to get at it.
A nice view of the fireplace wall
Someone is lucky the cats aren't interested in lipstick.
Isabella got the windowseat but her duckie is on the floor. Quinn might start to play with it.
The bathroom, and I managed to rumple the rug again. I'm going to stick it down.
A hat, mittens and scarf. I made them out of some old gloves.
Wasn't sure if I'd shown you the bathroom window.
Quinn also loves the view from the loft.
When the murphy bed is up the clothes rack goes in front of it.
When birds peck at the sunflower seeds Quinn sits in the window and chirps through the glass trying to make them come to her.
Isabella brought her duckie toy up to bed. The cats are actually quite adept at using the ladder.
This ledge was originally intended for artwork or objects d'art. That lasted five minutes with the cats. And yes, there has been leaping from the ledge down to the windowseat on the main floor.
Isabella finally got her turn on the window seat.
Hope you enjoy the pictures.
I'm going to go and take more antibiotics now.