As cats, we love to take naps, sit in windows and gaze out at the world, always reflecting on what it would be like if we ran things. Half asleep and right in the middle of this happy thought--
A rude awakening!
Gasps coming from outside!
Great Granny's cotton socks, I'm pushing out the screen with my butt and putting a big hole in it?
It was all awfully embarrassing. I tried to look cute because Mom Julie wasn't sure whether to laugh or freak out.
She came inside and reinforced the whole thing so it would be secure. Now, all that was left to do was get upset over the hole, but she figured since she's replacing the screens from our going after bugs and stuff over the years, it was going to be okay.
So, all of me is still in one piece.
Secure in knowing my particular human is running things just fine.
Don't forget! We'll have an excerpt of "High Feather" as our post next week. I'm so excited helping Mom Julie decide which part we'll use. There's a blurb about the book on the sidebar.
I'm so glad she makes me a little cat priest in her stories :)