This is Sasha Kitty. Isn't she a sweetie?
Today I'm on cat care. Chickie is in Seattle visiting her 99-year-old grandfather and her father's relatives as well as some friends, and I'm on Sasha care for the morning and evening today, and the morning on Wednesday and Thursday. Sasha is a sweetie, a "cow kittie" - black and white - and a rescue. She's fun to take care of and easy. Clean the litter box, feed and water the cat, sometimes place treats out for her and sometimes brush her. She and I have an understanding. I clean her space, she doesn't shed all over me.
Although I didn't write a lot over the weekend, what I did write I'm pleased with. I have two stories going right now and both are fairly large. I know I'll have some time to write while I'm in Milwaukee, but I really want both of these farther along by the time I leave, so I need to do some serious work this week. I just couldn't put my NookColor down over the weekend, though. I was reading a great series and just couldn't stop. Fortunately I finished the final book yesterday, and today's pre-order of Lynn Flewelling's "Casket of Souls" will be downloaded in the coffee shop while I have my morning coffee, so I'll be head deep in Alec, Seregil and their cronies again. Life is good!