Here in the Tiny Garden I have many interests. I think sometimes I have too many and I end up not getting anything completed. I suppose that is what keeps us going in life though, always having something that is not done.
This last week I have posted some new things in the shop, I started a new blog about my family’s ancestry (Williamson Family Ancestry) and have been looking into the ancestry community on WordPress. And an exciting thing, since beginning the blog I have been contacted by a cousin (we share the same great-grandfather) and we will be sharing information we have collected. I have a feeling that she has more than I do, but it will be great to connect with more family and she has already emailed me a photo that I have never seen with family members that I previously had no photos of. I also have a never ending scanning project. When I am done with magazines, instead of tearing out pages I scan them to save for later, I then give the magazines to a friend. I also have several photo albums of my mom’s that I need to scan as well as my own pre-digital camera albums to get into my computer and then backup to my external hard drive. AND when I go visit my parents this summer (I make several drives to their home in Roslyn, WA) I will be continuing to scan photos and documents from both my dad’s and mom’s side of the family. A big project.
This kitty color I originally made a few years ago but then the light grey I used for the “lilac points” was discontinued by the manufacturer. Recently I have discovered a new and slightly different light grey and have brought this one back. Both the light grey and the cream both happen to be extra soft and cuddly, a fact about fleece…each color can be different in texture, some softer than others.
NEW Metallic hand painted craft eyes
Available in both cat (oval) pupil and round pupil (not listed yet). I will also be adding a bronze color to the listings AND I will be sewing up some black kitties with metallic eyes.
Altman ~ Williamson family gathering on Bainbridge Island, WA
I date this sometime around 1945-46. This photo is from a bunch that I rescued from garbage sacks after my grandmother died. That story I will have to tell sometime on my ancestry blog.