* I saw my knit pal Karen yesterday. She is still making hats for Haiti. She is nearing her 30th hat. Great job Karen.
The cotton hats will be so cute on the little ones there who need them.
Charity knitting is something I am so proud to be even a small part of.
I need to work on some more squares for Pine Ridge this weekend.
*Epic fail yesterday with dinner.
I tried the recipe that is EVERYWHERE and I figured it must be okay if it is out there so much.
Get the hook!
We made the cauliflower crust pizza.
I'm not just a pizza snob because I live in Chicago.
I'm pretty flexible.
What didn't I like about it?
It was awful that's the biggest part!
I don't like to complain, so look at this as a warning not to waste your precious time. We laughed.
How good could it be without bread in the crust?
Who was I kidding!
Big wonderful news.
Some of you may remember Beatles' mom Pippa.
I got a message I could not believe from Lynn (who adopted Teddy and Mr Whiskers ) (From the bike kitten group of
Fixie and BOnk and Sprocket and SPinner)
The message was that PIPPA finally finally finally got adopted.
Lynn, Im so sorry, but I Was sure you were mistaken when I read the news.
Kitty dreams do come true.
She has waited YEARS for this.
I talked to Pippa the other day when I was volunteering and thought,
No one is ever going to take this cat. She's been here for years.
I'm going to have to just take her home and Fireman will have to live with it.
THen.......someone wonderful came into the shelter and made a careful thoughtful decision and brought Pip home last night.
Now she'll have her own clean laundry to sleep in.
I couldn't be more thrilled.
The Facebook page LIT up on the shelter news.
This is what volunteering for a great shelter means....everyone was over the moon for Pippa. I could barely go to sleep I was so happy for her.
She's going to have a great life with her new mom who already posted pictures of her adjusting to her forever home.