Thursday, 11 February 2010

Teaching the Cat About Mornings

I woke up; it was only fifteen minutes before the alarm went off, so my frustration at being awake in the night immediately changed to "cool! I'm alert, and I can face the day!".

Then, my cat came into the bedroom and decided to sit on my chest. So I talked to her, and stroked her, until I realised that I was trapped, and couldn't do a thing without pushing her off me. So, I gently explained what I was about to do:
"Sorry, baby, but I have to put the kettle on.."

"And now I have to put the heating on..."

"And now I have to put some trousers on..."
It's all about putting stuff on isn't it? I never realised before quite how much.

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