She slept late. She did the day hunting called "Year End Processing" the day before yesterday, getting home very very late - 10:30 PM. So she got to sleep in yesterday. And sleep she did. She didn't even get up before 8 AM.
She never got dressed.
She ate what she wanted, when she wanted. I think she even had tortilla chips and hot chocolate for breakfast. She ate the tortilla chips right out of the great big bag.
She watched the Roses parade. I don't know why they called it that, I didn't see any marching roses.
She didn't take the Christymas tree down, which is what she usually does on New Year's Day.
She ironed fabric and cut strips. She then paired up strips. Did she work on any of the quilts she has to make this month? Nope. She planned about a half dozen because she liked the colors she had and wanted to make them.
She said today was HER day and she wasn't gonna do anything she didn't want to do. Like the dishes. She left them dirty all over the place.
Mom said she didn't do anything because this is what it did all day yesterday:
It snowed -all day long- (Can it snow short?)
She did, however, do one constructive thing. She made ME a Gizzy quilt from the wonderful cat fabric that Kimo & Sabi sent her for Christymas.
Here is the front:
And here is the back:
She only used cat fabrics. She used some cat fabrics she already had, like the pink ones (in Lilly Lu's quilt) and some black and white cats from Beau's quilt.
You can click the pictures to biggify.
She says TODAY she has to go back to the straight and narrow.
Once again, I must say how glad I am to be a cat.