My regular readers might remember that I keep a trough a grass growing for the cats. Last year, both Rocky and Tux decided they wanted to sleep in it. It's the perfect size for Rocky, but Tux's fat spills over the sides. Eventually they killed all the flattened grass and I put it away for the winter.
Earlier this year, Dave and I were at Home Depot and I saw the lovely blue dish Rocky has his butt planted in. I thought it was perfect for cat grass because it was low, and heavy so they wouldn't tip it over like the do with taller pots, and small enough that they wouldn't be able to lay on it.
Boy was I wrong. While Tux hasn't bothered with it, Rocky thinks it's a little grass throne made just for him. He flattened and killed all the grass in it in less than two weeks, so I replanted the trough and put it outside to grow. I brought it in the other day, and intended on replanting the blue dish, while he works on killing the grass in the trough.
And I come home and find the above picture... sitting half in the blue dish, half in the trough, munching on the grass.
That's just messed!
On the knitting front, I did manage to cast on again for the Rose Shrug, this time with the correct amount of stitches.
I'm back up to where I was when I realized I had to frog it, but I haven't done much more. I have a really good book right now and it's keeping me from knitting. Normally, I read an hour or two every night before I go to bed, but lately, I've wanted to read during knitting hours too. I think I'll finish the book up tonight, and get back to knitting on the weekend.