I celebrated getting my cone off by having visitors over on Saturday! It was very skeery and exciting. I'd only met two of them before -- Auntie and Auntie Jess -- but there were FOUR other ladies there I'd never met in my life! I was a very good girl and let them pet me, even though it was skeery. Momma called it a modern sewing circle. Everyone worked on their projects, and I worked on destuffing my beehive or snoopervised everyone.
Afterwards, I was WORN OUT!!
Is it always like this, having visitors??
oh you are a pawfect member of that sewing club, you redesigned a beehive, that's hard work too :O)))ReplyDelete
Oh, yeah! I'm always wiped out after we've had people over. It's EXHAUSTING entertaining them!ReplyDelete
I love having visitors, but it is true that it is always lovely to rest after they are gone too! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Visitors can be exhausting!ReplyDelete
Having company can be exhausting. You did a great job!ReplyDelete
We do love having visitors, but yep, after they leave, we all need a good nap. At least they didn't make you try to thread the needle for them, Matilda - BOL.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Oh yes...I still am a bit weary with oour visitors until everyone gets settled...and OMD, I can nap for hours after they leave! Being the hostess with da mostest is very hard work!ReplyDelete
Rosy, Jakey & Arty
I agree - visitors wear me out no matter how much I like them.
Congrats on being coneless again.
It's a lot of work begging from that many visitors. We bet you made out well.ReplyDelete
You sure did have a fun day, Matilda. It is VERY tiring having visitors!ReplyDelete
We love that you showed the ladies how to de-stuff, Matilda! That is an important skill to learn . . . ;pReplyDelete
the critters in the cottage xo
Yes! Visitors can be exhausting!ReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
OMD, gurl, sounds like you did FABulously and had a good time! Yes, it is true, visitors can be very exhausting...butts fun!ReplyDelete
Oh yes visitors can be quite exhausting. We always have to take a very long nap when they leave.ReplyDelete
Matt & Matilda