Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Almost Wordless Wednesday - November


At this time of year, there are afghans and throws tucked into baskets and draped over chair backs all over my house. If we are spending the day at home, by late afternoon there are extra blankets in use on the couch, as someone naps or relaxes while watching a movie. In the photo above, little Aidyn is napping, cat-style in a beam of sunlight, on a pile of blankets which I folded and stacked in the rocker.

photo by Aisling, November 10, 2007, Aidyn napping

6 comments:

Katie said...

We do the same thing around here. There are quilts and afghans everywhere and it seems they are rarely folded up for long. Like your kitty, ours take full advantage as well.

Aisling said...

Katie, My other kitty prefers the top of the computer where it is always warm. I can't remember if I've posted a photo of her napping there. Hmmm...

We really need all of those quilts, etc. today. It is so cold... snowy, windy, blowing... brrr! I imagine you are experiencing similar temperatures where you are.

I'm glad you stopped by!

Grace @ Rose Cottage Lane said...

We don't have kitties but you can always find a dog, or three, trying to steal someone's blanket if it's left lying for even a moment too long.

Aisling said...

Grace, Cute! My dog will do that if the blankets are left on the floor, but fortunately climbing on the furniture is not one of naughty moves (she has plenty though, believe me! *grin*)

:)

Nan - said...

Is the rocker in the kitchen? The wall looks the same color, is it? Beautiful chair.

Aisling said...

Nan, My kitchen, living room and dining room are all one big open space and the wall is all this green (except the kitchen backsplash which is yellow.) At the time I took this photo, the rocker was in the living room in by the front windows. It is now in the dining room, because I'm making room for a Christmas tree! :)

I love this rocker. Limerick bought it for me as a gift the Christmas that I was pregnant with our first child. I've rocked and sang to each of my children in this chair many, many nights.