Wordless Wednesday

24251769_1111862722250184_273631401_nDear Furiends,

In the photo above, I am snoopervising my twenty-something strands of Christmas lights… They had gotten tangled over the summer, so the staff and I had quite a time getting them straight. On the bright side, I only needed to replace 3 bulbs. I am not sure where all these strings of lights came from and wonder if they might multiply when stored. Regardless, I’m making sure no one tangles them up again.

On another note, M is STILL playing the ‘sick card’ which means I’m still in total charge of posts as well as education and staff soopervision. Ugh, all that ‘box time’ is not how to locate the christmas spirit – it is more like unlocking the inner grinch. At least that’s how my brofur is behaving…. Between you and me, I don’t think he is sick at all, I think he is using that as an excuse to be lazy.

Then, there is Master Munchkin, who is insistent on digging up the old christmas tree and using it this year…. It is well rooted in the yard, so I see no reason why we must dig it up and bring it inside, purrticularly when it is obviously happy in the yard and I don’t need another project.

Purrseidon >^.^

This post is part of Create with Joy’s Wordless Wednesday blog hop.

19 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. The Contemporary Pet

    A supervisory role is always best when trying to untangle Christmas lights. Peanut Butter supervises me, then lets me know where she wants them on the tree (I’m assuming so that they don’t get in her way when she’s napping underneath the tree).

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    1. PURRCISELY! We cats could do all these chores, but it is good for our staffs to purrticipate…. and they have those handy-dandy opposable thumbs, which speed untangling lights up. >^.^<

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  2. messymimi

    Poor Mr. M, i hope he recovers soon. As for digging up the tree, please remind Master Munchkin that this could easily kill it, and that is not the object.

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    1. Ms. Ellen, I’m feeling much better, and am back to blogging, so Purr won’t meow about water at ever turn! I still need to take medicine for a few more days, but the worst is over. =^.^=

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  3. I have never seen so many light stringy things! Wow, you have some work cut out for you! My humans haven’t gotten any of the Christmas decorations out yet. They usually wait ’till after Auntie’s birthday on the 9th. I hope M doesn’t have the flu bug like momma had last week! Hugs!

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    1. M has a sinus infection… it seemed to begin as an allergy, but got so bad that the staff hauled him to the vet…. and THEN they took his blood pressure AFTER the took his temperature (he could barely hiss about that humiliation) AND THEN they said he had high blood pressure! He’s been on antibiotics for a few days, and should feel better by now, but I think he’s still humiliated about that thermometer, so he rarely comes out of his box…. I hope your mom didn’t have a comparable humiliation, if she went to the human-vet.
      >^.^<

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    1. What is it with Christmas lights?!?!?! We put them away very carefully, but every December, when we get them out, they are snarled like spaghetti! >^.^<

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  4. Dig up a real tree with its roots?!? Is it possible in Florida πŸ˜•
    Here on this opposite side of the ocean it is forbidden (very heavy fines to those who infringe the law!) to dig up pines, firs or cedars with roots, i.e. only special cultivated trees or artificial ones in the houses πŸ˜›
    Hope Mr. M will recover soon from his laziness πŸ˜€
    Pawkisses!
    Sid

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    1. Legally, it would be possible because the tree Master Munchkin wants to dig up is not indigenous (Norfolk Island Pine), but in this cat’s opinion, it isn’t practical or logical. >^.^<

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  5. portapatetcormagis

    Purrseidon, you are right. Why should the poor tree be dug out?
    Just decorate it outside, put your table their and enjoy Christmas in the yard. Everyone would remember this forever πŸ™‚

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