A couple weeks ago I blogged about this little kitty that was maybe a day old and found in the shop at work. You can read about it here.
Meet four week old Nova. She has survived (yippee) and thrived. She no longer comes to work, so Nora, who rescued her, sent me these pictures. I am happy to report she is doing great and will not be adopted out. Nora can't bear to part with her. Look at those eyes. Thanks, Nora, for saving this little one's life :)
And speaking of Novas, do you remember the Chevy Nova from the 60's and 70's?
DSO is retired from the General Motors Proving Grounds in Milford, MI. He has a great story about the Nova. It was marketed in Mexico and totally bombed. The reason? In Spanish, "no va" means "doesn't go". Whodda thunk?
I finally did it today. I turned on the furnace. UGH! It is cold (45 degrees), wet and dreary. The first time is always the hardest . . . lol! Now I must say, I spend most of my time in the hooking room or the spare room where I have my desktop and in each of those rooms I have a small space heater that I've been using for weeks, and at night the electric blanket is on. Cold and I DO NOT get along.
Thanks for much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)