Monday, January 26, 2015

Disobediance Lesson Number Three - Misdirection

If your parents are starting to get suspicious with your sudden energy and activities, misdirect them by pulling the toilet paper off the roll, out of the bathroom and into the dining room. Then, when you go back to sitting on chairs, they will think you are behaving and ignore you. lol

PS We're getting a Blizzard tonight into Wednesday...

with upwards of two feet of snow. Anyone want to trade places?

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Easy Like Sunday Morning

Here's hoping for a MUCH calmer Sunday than last week. 

Lucky's no fool. She's right in front of the electric fireplace. lol 

And I'm in my usual spot. Safe from the whirlwind that is my mother!

Saturday, January 24, 2015

We Interrupt

Our regularly scheduled program to bring you....

SNOW! YUK!  Send it somewhere else, please.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Disobediance Class - Lesson Two

One way to keep the parents oblivious to your intentions, is to just start climbing on chairs and sitting there, like you own the place.

 Here is a good example of that.

Next, we will add the climbing on chairs to the stretch to get something like this.

Remember, take it slow. It's best to keep the parents clueless about your intentions. 

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Disobediance Class Is Now In Session

Several of you have asked how I get onto tables, desks and counter tops. If you want to get on the furniture or get food off the coffee table, first you have to perfect "the Stretch". Here it is.

Here are some examples of a good stretch.

If you have never practiced this, you should start now.

And remember the face. It should be curious and harmless. heh heh Your parents will never know what hit them.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Wordy Wednesday

I think I have to repeat my classes on how to be "BAD"!

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Tattle Tale Tuesday

Some of you want to know how I get on top of the table. I don't know what to tell you. Usually, I climb on a chair and then onto the table. The only problem is, once I'm there, I usually can't get down.

I have been known to get stuck on tables


and counter tops.
I should be able to get down easily, after all, I climbed up there in the first place, but for some reason, getting down has always been my issue. Not getting up. I suppose that makes sense since I can usually get into trouble much easier than I can get out of it. lol