The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
What next, "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof"?
Sadly no tin roofs in the vicinity and given the weather none of them wold be hot anyway!
I find it hard to believe that sweet Mimi is a nag, although women do tend to notice these things more than men.
She has a sense of neatness does our Mim!
What a look of reproach, and for such a minor infraction! And what a great picture of Mimi!I have to say that I envy you the hardwood floor. I enjoyed such floors for almost 20 years in two different houses. Now I have thin carpet over (apparently) concrete slab in this apartment. Among its other flaws, the acoustics are terrible. Sigh!
Thanks Steve! What you see is floorboards. One day we will get our finger out and put down the laminate we've meant to buy for over a year!
If you get Robyn to walk in the right places there will be no dust.
Now there's a thought. We would have to get him follow a large chunk of food. cake perhaps he loves carrot cake
Well, beakerkin took my first thought at fashioning a cat tail broom. There's always dusting to be done! Cat Tail duster?
Not a good idea if the cat is still attached, I assure you!
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