The day started well enough. Coffee with an insistent kitty. Stop petting her and suffer the hooks.
And an hour of stitching on these dancing devils that I have been fooling with since forever. Someday I'll call this one done. Not today.
Then just after I got home, things took a bad turn for some too close by neighbors. An eviction, heartbreaking enough, turned violent when shots were fired.
Before you know it, SWAT had the neighborhood locked down and all I could do was watch from the studio window. Although the house is two down and one over, I hardly know the people. No children, thank goodness. Snipers in camouflage were posted up and down the block and if you poked your head out the door you were warned back inside. Bull horn pleas to surrender went unheeded. Armed robots rolled up and down the block. Concussion grenades went off repeatedly. I watched and waited here alone. with cats. He surrendered a few minutes ago.
No one was harmed.
|my front yard