So here's the pic of Abbie trying to stay cool. She spent most of the day in this hallway in various positions trying to catch the breeze from the fan.
Here is Salem lounging in the shade. How that tarp could possibly be cool after being in the hot sun all day I just don't know! But he seemed to be catching a breeze there and was quite comfortable.
Here's another of him seemingly asking me to turn the heat down..lol Ooo....angry kitty!
Due to a day trade for a co-worker, I ended up with Sunday and Monday off. (yippee!) I had planned major work for the "garden" area, but with the heat wave and the burning ban....not so much work was done. I did get some weeding done in other (shady) areas and between the two days washed 3 fleece. I was going to start a fourth but am out of the little mesh bags I use for drying, so I have to wait for some to dry. heheh. I'm going to have to plan a trip to Wally World to get Food Saver bags soon as I'm almost out and will need to start weighing and packaging some of this up. Last weekend I was able to package about 6 #, freeing up a chunk of storage space. Today was much cooler than the last few days. I think that was due to the wind finally coming back today. It was so nice to feel a breeze again. Don't get me wrong...I'm still sweating while I type this.
I'm working on spinning up the Corriedale I was gifted with last week and cannot wait to ply it up! I can't pick a pattern/project until I know how much yardage I end up with. The stuff is just begging to be a shawl though. Maybe I'll end up with a flame colored shall before the green one. Who can tell, who can tell?
Well I'm off to search out knitted slipper patterns for Missy's project. Mom's looking for her pattern as I'd really like to do that one, but I'll look around at others too.
No dyeing done this week. After last weeks snafu, I've decided to hold off a bit and see if I can figure out why the dye split so much last week.