The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

March 29, 2016


I had a long day with an early start, and as such didn't end up taking many pictures but I did get one of the squirrel I see outside the window all the time. Or one of the squirrels. If there is more than one, I don't know how to tell them apart!


Mondays are heavy-duty work days for me and I spend a lot of time at my desk and computer. Luckily the kittens can be very entertaining. They were beyond excited to see the first sign of spring: a robin, their tails beating hard against the chair. I don't know how we're ever going to have an open window; they are so going to want to claw their way out!


A productive day at last! Went for a long walk, did some cleaning, laundry, had perogies for lunch...


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

Whoa, that squirrel looks like he's looking right atcha! It was fun to squirrel watch with you on Friday :)

Yay to a productive day, Suzie! And, I mean, every day is better with perogies! :)

Suzie Ridler said...

It's National Geographic here today! Shannon, love that you have squirrels to keep you company and entertained.

Jamie, it's true, the cats are going to go wild once the windows are open.

And yay for perogies and time! I already miss having free time.

Shannon said...

Oh my goodness, the kittens are so attentive and excited! Look at those faces. Lucky robin to have a big window keeping them back. I actually saw some birds this morning (so early.... I usually only see... squirrels!!). I'm glad you got to see the squirrels on Friday Jamie!

Suzie those perogie's look amazing! Whenever I try them they seem to be very dry and not all glisteny, I wonder what I'm doing wrong. Now I'm potato craving hungry!

Suzie Ridler said...

That happens to my pierogies too Shannon because I nuke them first instead of boiling them. Also, there has to be a lot of oil and the pan has to be very hot. Hope that helps! And I know, now I was perogies too!