I got home late tonight after grocery shopping. Luckily, I had leftovers from last night’s dinner, a savory breakfast casserole from Bran Appetit. http://www.branappetit.com/2011/11/16/breakfast-casserole-blog-for-a-cause/ It tastes good even if you used a couple more eggs than called for, because it was early morning and you forgot where you put the recipe. I usually make it on the weekend, and when I brown the sausage, I split it and put half into the freezer for later. Then you can defrost it, throw the whole thing together, and have dinner ready to go when you come home!
I might have planted my seedlings a little early - they haven’t gotten the message that it’s freezing again. However, they have caught the attention of Kit Kat, the destroyer.
So cute, but just let her catch you off guard.
I recently watched a Netflix documentary on cats that said cats probably didn’t control vermin for humans; instead, they were attracted to our garbage and don’t really have a job to do. http://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/episodes/the-lion-in-your-living-room
I believe it, unless there’s a use for cats who photobomb your baby, or who chew yarn as you’re working.
Or who are obsessed with eating the squash sprouts that they just noticed by the windowsill.
I ordered some soil and pots online that came in today, and this evening, after the boys went to bed, I repotted my tallest seedlings with plans to give them good new homes over the weekend. Kit Kat took out several of my pepper plants last year before I could take them outside. I’d hate to lose them again this year. So, much like the rescue organizations that shuttle cats and dogs to and fro, I’m saving my plants from my rescue animal.