Determined to be Annoying

It was a quiet day, which is the best kind for me.  I love quiet days.

In the afternoon, I went into my shed and was easily distracted taking pretty pictures of Little Herself.

I particularly love the little black whiskers on both sides of Pepper’s mouth – like dragon whiskers.

She is a dear wee dug with a very forceful personality.

Talking of forceful personalities, there I was stabbing happily away making a sheep when I saw out of the corner of my eye, a white flash wobbling his way along with the whining accompaniment.

So of course Monster then spent his afternoon getting in the way while I removed all the sharp needles that he was determined to sit on.

And then there was the prodding me sharply, endlessly to get my attention.

In the end I gave Monster a dog dental chew to entertain himself with.  It seemed to do the trick.

And he happily alternated between eating it and dropping it on the floor.

Obviously, I had to have some undying gratitude.

It was brief, though.

Then Monster wanted to go outside and off he went.

During all this, I managed to make these two.  As well as Shetland wool, there’s probably some cat hair in them too.



5 thoughts on “Determined to be Annoying

  1. Susan

    I always warn everyone that all my knitting, crochet, and embroidery are guaranteed to have a bit of cat fluff inadvertently included!

  2. Colleen McNamara

    Monster does the same thing that his USA cousin “White Cat” does. He prods us with a paw when he wants treats, or there is something we are not supplying on his schedule. Maybe it is something in the genetic makeup of white cats ? 😉
    Head bonks are a sign of you being marked as his property. !! It is a compliment 😉
    Beautiful sky and cloud pics. Glad your weather is clearing. Ours has deteriorated. Blizzard conditions , cold, winds and snow. BUT we never turn down moisture regardless of the form it comes in.
    Stay safe.


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