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The Louisiana Renaissance Faire can be tricky for a traveler as far as climate. It can be sweltering humidity in November or a cold humidity that chills your bones. In either case Autumn is extended for a period and since it's my favorite time of year that is okay by me.
I'll be in MD for just about another 5 weeks so if we need to touch base, we should do that.
- I have a fun idea for a little polymer clay project that I'm hoping is received well enough that folks will want to take one home. I'm taking my time and figuring out the costs and what the cost of the final project will be. I've done a lot of searching and find things close to what I want to do but not exactly so I have that going for me. In the meantime I'm watching tons of tutorials regarding painting and coloring of polymer clay because I'm not a paint-gifted person. I'm not sure I'm even artistically inclined. I'm creative but artistic? Nah.
- Dot went for an unauthorized outdoor adventure this week. Last Sunday she decided bolting out of the RV door was a terrific idea. Once out there she looked around like she had gone through some sort of mystical rabbit hole to a new universe and promptly ran scared for the neighbors shed and brush where she spent nearly two nights before deciding the van was a better option. She's fine but I really wish she would stop doing this. She's clearly not happy once she actually gets outside. She's also not usually one to bolt out of a door unless it didn't latch properly and no one is around so I'm not sure why she went this time.
- The rest of the cats are doing fine. Baron Mortipurr von Fuzzybritches has settled in quite nicely. He is an old soul I think. Calm & relaxed he is simply adorable with his flat little face. I don't think he's going to get much bigger so definitely small than I was expecting him to be. Maybe some of that had to do with how sickly he was when I first got him. Who knows - I love him.
|Baron Mortipurr von Fuzzybritches|