Saturday, June 18, 2016
"What?" The Most Repeated Word in Any Household
Do you have a cat that likes to sleep on your computer keyboard?
If I leave a warm computer for one minute, there will be a cat on it. And nine times out of ten I leave the lid open.
Obi has written 45 pages of I”s, and as many“W’s. ” He has turned my chrome off and turned the screen sideways. It takes three keystrokes to turn it back vertical, so I guess it takes three keystrokes to turn it horizontal. Now that’s one multitasking cat.
He’s cute. He’s adorable. He likes to keep his butt warm.
I’m the one who can’t remember to close the lid.
He likes to sleep on that too.
Oh, and while I’m on the subject of animals, my little Sweet Pea turned one-year- old this week, June 14, 2016. And she has turned into a Chinese Crested dog.
They told me she was Maltese/ Chihuahua.
Her back legs have become naked and spotted, and her front legs are following close behind. (This is the first time I’ve known front legs to follow the back ones, but that’s the way it is.)
She kind of funny looking from the back, but has a darling face—with fur. Online they say a Chinese Crested can be with fur or without, and sometimes the owners shave them to give their coat some semblance of order.
When my trainer and I were discussing that she looked like a Chinese Crested, she said, “Well, you’ve got one. and put sun screen on her.”
The Chinese Crested is old breed, from Chinese Royalty. When I asked the trainer what they were bred for she said, “To climb under the covers and keep your feet warm.”
Sounds good to me.
Well, it’s been a quiet week in Junction City except for my animal drama and my psychological ups and downs.
To write? Not to write? What am I doing here? You know, life's persistent questions...
The Dance of the Chinese Crested. This is not Sweet Pea, she still has more hair.