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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Dogs, cats and interuptions

Cat : "That dogs just a suckhole"


It used to be my kids that would stop me working/reading/crafting/being quiet.  Now its the three amigo's - Tommy the border collie, Minty the Maltese poodle and Tyler the mongrel cat.  I swear they get together and plan this out..

I sit down to write.  It's morning, I have an hour to write before I have to start work.  I have fed all three of them.  I have a coffee.  Mr K is still asleep, the neighbours are quiet.  

And it starts.  Cat starts to meow, loudly like he wants to be fed (I am sure he has developed Alzheimer's).  He comes into my office, jumps on my desk and proceeds to walk across my papers, books, keyboard, behind the monitor.  Me telling him off and his backchat just cause Tommy to rush to my office window, jump up on the window sill, scratch his paws down the fly screen and yip.  

Now I am telling off both the cat and Tommy.  They both think they are self appointed police animals and tell each other off as well.  This starts up the geriatric old girl Minty.  She starts yapping and running about in circles.

My once peaceful, quiet morning is now a cacophony of meow, yap and yip with the occasional well timed bark from the baritone.  This is the point I give up, go outside with them all following and bestow attention.

Just like I used to do when my kids were little and I was studying and they wanted my attention.  

Do I have to wait until the animals leave home until I get my own quiet time, free of interruptions?  Or by then will Mr K be retired and wanting me to find his glasses or make him lunch?

I have 4 blog posts, ones that need to be written carefully and thought about, to finish, and every day this performance goes on!! 

"I tell you, its all lies - silly human, I have been in bed the whole time"


"Don't make me get off the lounge to tell you lot off!"


"I am the good boy, yes I am!"


8 comments:

  1. They are so cute! I don't believe for a second they could be anything other than adorable, well behaved sweethearts. Look at those faces!

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    1. So you fell for them too! Devils that they are.

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  2. Sounds a little like my place - minus the cat.

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    1. Would you like it? The cat that is? :-)

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  3. I saw the first photo and thought TWINS, they are awesome. xxx

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    1. Oh Rae, I am nothing but a perfectionist (in my head) Of course the pets have to match! xx

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  4. Jodie you can always take Keela for a play date… And remember without them you wouldn’t have needed to write this blog.

    They are your muse, you need a few more! - 9 in total

    Bring on the chickens

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  5. The chooks are closer than you think - my Dad is making me a pen after Easter!

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