I took these pictures right before leaving for school. Tabby is wearing the official t-shirt for the project. I am also in possession of several pictures of Tabby at event but she asked me not to post those because she also had to wear a hair net. ;) (She said since all the kids who handled food wore the hair nets it was ok - but no need to share with anyone else.)
|Petting Exhaust Pipe - he's fully recovered from his coyote attack|
This is Hunter's heaviest motor - 45 lbs. (He only weighs 5 lbs. more but he can carry the motor.) I think he has about 13 motors of various sizes/kinds now and so I called him "motorhead" but he wasn't impressed. (That's OK. I saw the old rock group Motorhead perform once. I don't think Hunter would have been a fan - he doesn't like loud music!)
I blogged once about Tabby's decorating with duct tape. She still uses it. She recently got a binder with lots of pockets and flaps that was going to be thrown out. It was a boring color and scuffed up some. But she covered it with a collage of duct tape and it looks really neat now.
I took inspiration from her recently, and covered a super boring looking coupon holder I had recently bought. It was made from that annoying slippery material and was such a boring color. So I used three different duct tapes I had: cherries, red bandana, and sugar skulls. It's funny how much more I enjoy using it and looking at it now!
By the way, if you grocery shop at Walmart, you can print regular manufacturer coupons from their website here. I am so thankful for this since we don't buy a newspaper. I don't use a lot of coupons but can still save several dollars a week at the store by printing and using coupons.
"A penny saved is a penny earned." - Benjamin Franklin