I just sold my first few pieces of Cat artwork, even before opening my shop. I'll have to mount and sign them properly, and once I've done that, I'll get some more ready to sell here. Any maybe some other things! - Now I am learning why illustrators sometimes do their artwork on these huge big sheets of precious paper instead of (like me) on scraps of mixed watercolour stock. I shall become more respectable, and at least work on sheets big and neat enough to window-frame. Until then, some bargains to be had of lovingly mounted paper scraps with cats on... to be quite honest, I think they look nicer on mounted scraps than on big sheets, big sheets always make me thing "Aw, but I could have fitted six drawings on this!!!"
Otherwise: bah. Just bought a big bag of kale and it was rotten inside. Bad smell, that, and one I've never come across before. But on the good side, we now have a table-cloth on the table, AND a fruit bowl. It's full of vegetables but I don't think that takes away from the concept. This would sound more surprising to you if you realised some months ago we didn't actually have a table. I'm mostly surprised how pleasant it is to have a table, actually.