When they brought her, she would have nothing to do with me. If I got close to her, she hissed at me and swatted. So I left her alone and in a couple of days, she came into the living room and jumped up into a chair across from me, then the next day she was on my lap and allowing me to pet her, but when the phone rang right by my chair she ran back into her hiding place. Now it has been about 5 weeks, and she definitely isn't afraid of me anymore. She sleeps on my lap and follows me all over the house including into the bathroom, like most cats do, and wants me to pick her up all the time. She purrs constantly when you pet her and wants to climb up and lay on your chest if you are laying down.
Now onto the stitching front.
I went to a stitch-in on August 2nd at a shop that is about 100 miles from where I live. I took some of my WIPs and stitched a little on each one, but like most stitch-ins, you have to check out what everyone else is stitching and one of the ladies brought everything she had stitched and hadn't done any of the finishing(frame, ornament etc) on, and it took her about an hour to show everything, plus the projects she was working on now. Then of course I had to do some stash shopping, and that can't be rushed you know. But even though I didn't stitch very much, I think that I stitched enough to get some of my stitching mojo back, because I have worked a little on one of the WIPs since then and hope to get it finished soon.
The stitch group that I belong to "The Sassy Stitchers" meets once a month and this month we are going to a restaurant that is located in a camping park. We went last year and had lunch, but this year we have reserved one of the rooms and are going to spend the day there. We are meeting around 10:30 in the morning and stitching and eating lunch, then stitching some more. It should be a fun time, but that is the most that I can tell you, because we have a motto, that "What goes on at stitch group, stays at stitch group" LOL.
Until next time
May Your Guardian Angel Watch Over You