Anita sent fuzzy toys to the kitties. Here's Aurora in the computer room batting one of them. Guess where it went? You've got it! Right under the cabinet. She worried herself to death to get it back. I crawled on the floor and finally retrieved the darn thing. During the night she dug every single one of the fuzzy toys from the box and lost them somewhere in this house.
Anita, you and Barbara are correct, these little things really are "crack" toys to a cat.
When I got up this morning I caught her in the act of batting a ball of yarn. Noro yarn, mind you.
I'm going to look for those "crack" toys today.
I finished the Crazy for Ziggy socks. They were supposed to be a gift for the DD. She saw they were finished and promptly grabbed them.
She wore them the next day to school with her clear shoes.
She didn't have a date but her friends included her anyway. One of the dates "adopted" her and included her in the dance picture with his date.
They had dinner at a Japanese restaurant. The kids were calling parents during the meal. Apparently they didn't check into menu prices when making reservations and were caught a little short on cash. Several parents had to meet up with them to give a few more $'s.
Living in a depression/recession is a disadvantage.
Living in the Appalachian's has it's advantages. We live close to 2 other states which means one can trade/borrow prom dresses that have not been seen at one's own prom.
DD borrowed this dress from a friend in a neighboring state and in turn gave her a dress to borrow.
It was a strapless dress but I put rhinestone straps on it so there would not be a wardrobe malfunction at the dance:).
I don't know where the time has gone but it's flying fast and furious these days.