Fridays Are Supposed to Be Good!

Well, my Friday was awful.  It was the worst day ever.  I can’t imagine having another Friday like this.

Oh, quit your whining!

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I am not whining and I’m not going to look at you!  Let me tell everyone what happened.  Mom was getting ready for work and as usual, I was helping her.  She wasn’t paying much attention to me and suddenly she was gone.  Where was I?  I was shut in her bedroom!!!  I tried to get Uncle Bob’s attention but he wasn’t listening.  So, I had to spend the WHOLE day in Mom’s bedroom.  I didn’t have any toys, food, water or a little brother to chase.  I was miserable.  Mom apologized when she got home and saw what had happened.  She knew something was wrong ‘cuz I wasn’t at the door to greet her.  Then when she got to her bedroom, she noticed that I had pushed a few things under the door.  I was just trying to let someone know I was in there!

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I had a fabulous day.  I could sleep anywhere.  I could eat whenever.  I could look out all the windows.  I could play with all the toys.  I was thinking maybe Mom shut you in her room as a present for me.

Don’t even think of asking for that for Christmas.  Speaking of Christmas, while Mom was at work I looked outside and that white stuff was falling again.  Soon the ground was all white.  I couldn’t get to the camera to take a picture so I had to do it after Mom got home.  This is a picture of what’s left of the snow today.  It just doesn’t look right.  Oh, and the batteries the humans put in the sun were damaged and the sun doesn’t work again.

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So, all in all it was a terrible day.

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I think it was great and you can’t tell me what to tell Mom I want for Christmas!  And don’t go picking on me tonight!

15 thoughts on “Fridays Are Supposed to Be Good!

  1. That’s terrible. I’m so sorry, Hemingway. You know, sometimes you kitties (well, Nels in particular) are sneaky and we humans don’t see you. Hopefully you are recovering now.

  2. Hemingway, that was AWFUL! We hope you milk it for all it’s worth and get lots of treats and cuddles from your mom because she feels so bad for locking you in the bedroom.

  3. What a topsy-turvy day. The only thing we can say, Hemingway, is that at least you weren’t stuck in a closet. That has happened to us, and it’s really, really awful and scary. You make sure Mom never lets that happen again. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

    1. Hemingway here….Mom often reminds me that when I was a little kitten I got stuck between the inside door and the storm door one night. That was a really little space, but I was also really little then. I forgot about it after Mom gave me some treats!

      1. Ooh, that has happened to several of us, but at least it wasn’t all night. Stay safe. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

  4. Oh dear. Poor you. Whee remember once when Mummy forgot to shut the cage before going out and Basil hopped out to go exploring. Just before she left she remembered and closed it, with Basil still outside! He was quite happy running around. Thankfully Mummy came back after a couple of hours and he ran to the door to greet her, giving her quite a shock. Silly pig had a great little adventure!

    xxxx

  5. Oh dearie me….well, accidents happen…..but at least you got some extra lap time out of it….!! I bet your Mom will be a little more “tuned in” to where you are before she shuts that bedroom door again!

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

  6. Your adventure certainly lived up to the name of your blog! One kitty was in heaven, the other miserable. We can certainly tell who had a wonderful day, but the other got lots of treats and lap time.

  7. dood…seer ee iz lee…sum body’s mom owes sum kitteh WAY BUNCHES oh trout N flounder N mackerull N ham samiches N treets…N give sum ta shakespeare two…!!!

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