He will be neutered at some, not too distant, point in the future. Not yet though as only his left testicle has descended.
He weighs 11.2 Kg and his heart and lungs are sound, eyes, teeth and gums are perfectly fine.
He has had 2 walks and a big play with Rufus this morning and has finally collapsed.
As you can see he is ready for instant action with heffalump and ball close by.
I finished these last night while watching telly, for far too long I should add.
They were knit on separate needles in tandem, 2 at a time is just not possible at the moment.
These scrappy socks have been loitering for quite a while so they are taking precedence now, I have the rest of the scraps sorted to finish them. I have used the same remnants in each sock but have not worried about pattern matching. I am happy to be able to snatch the time to knit, the finesse can wait till things settle down. Fingers Crossed.
I had a lovely day in The Flying Goose yesterday, the rain hammered down but I had a steady flow of customers on foot and by phone. Lots of chatting happened, lots of fabric comparing and choosing took place. All in all a good day, it is wonderful how the crafting community can always find something to talk about. Ideas are exchanged freely and information shared gladly.
I did go in early and had 15 minutes in Debs wool shop, I looked at some new yarn but was very good and bought nothing. The same with the fabric, even though I was sorely tempted AND there is a sale on.
If I could be as focused on my diet I would not be carrying a couple of extra stones about.
There! I said it and not 10 minutes ago I was tucking in to a Walnut Brownie from Gower Cottage Brownies. It is the SO's birthday and Francesca sent him a box, along with books, bars of fancy chocolate and a wood kit model to make up.
On that note I really need to get off my btm and do something, possibly some ironing.