March 22, 2008

This will be my last post for a while. Tomorrow we are breaking down my puter and putting it in storage. If nothing happens, a job comes through, etc, we will be moving in with my inlaws on Thursday or Friday of this coming week. Most everything else, with the exception of the furniture, is in storage. I do have stuff to work with and on while we are homeless.

I thought, for this last post for a while, that I would leave you with a story. On July 4th, 1995 I got two 5wk old kitty sisters, PJ and Mitten. PJ is very friendly while Mitten is very shy and reserved. When Tommy and I first got together in 2002, PJ would have nothing to do with him. Mitten, on the other hand, latched onto him like she had never seen a human before in her life. That is HER man. He calls her Miss Mitter. He doesn't really like PJ, she doesn't mind at all, but he does adore his Miss Mitter.

Some where along the line, Tommy came up this image of Mitten dressed in a leather teddy, stileto heels, fish net stockings, riding crop, and a little Nazi hat. He says that whenever we go out of town, Kitten Kink (Mitten) makes her appearance. She runs the Slaves of whereever we happen to living at the time. Currently that is the Slaves of New Orleans. It is a high priced call kitty service/videos/etc. As we walk out the door, he tells her to be sure to have the place cleaned up before we get home and to leave his cut under his pillow.

A couple of days ago, my mom saw this little bag in the store and had to buy it for Tommy because it made her think of Kitten Kink.


It's just too funny.

Well, be good and get lots of stitching done. Hopefully, I will have lots to show when I get back online.
God Bless.

March 20, 2008

I have seen this on so many blogs and wanted to join in, but for some reason never did. Now, when we are homeless at the end of the month, I join in. Silly, huh? But you know, I love giving people things, rather I know them or not. I've always been the odd one with my friends and family because I truly do enjoy giving more than receiving. I always have. So here goes:


"Pay It Forward rules: I will send a handmade gift to the first 3 people who leave a comment on my blog requesting to join this PIF exchange (and email me their mailing address), and who make the same pledge on their own blogs.I don't know what that gift will be yet and you may not receive it tomorrow or next week, but you will receive it within 365 days, that is my promise! The only thing you have to do in return is pay it forward meaning you will do the same for three people who comment on your blog."

As soon as we are settled again, I will make you a lagnaippe (a little something extra).

Thanks to Jackie at http://beaded-creations.blogspot.com/ for offering me this opportunity.

March 08, 2008

Well, I know I don't post as often as I'd like to, maybe that will get better some day. For now, I have to be gone for a while. Tommy lost his job due to the childish stupidity and insecurity of his boss. Jerk didn't believe Tommy didn't want his job and in fact wants out of the city. Set him up and then fired him. So we have given our notice on the apartment and Tommy is looking for another job elsewhere. We are putting most of our stuff in storage close to my mom and may end up living with his parents til a job comes through.

I wish everyone a wonderful, glorious and blessed Easter. I hope to be back soon and have something to show other than a sore body from packing and moving.