Oh, sorry, too close? Here, let me move back a bit.
Better? Okay, good. So, I get to write this post all by myself today. All by myself, no help from that mom of mine at all. Why, do you ask? Because I grounded my momma! Why, again, do you ask? Because she's in trouble. She's in trouble for what you see behind me in that there picture. She's in trouble because she made a mess of my library!
See? Do you see?!? Just look! That mom of mine claims that she plans to expand her art work area to another room in the house in the near future, so that she doesn't infringe on me and my space so much. But, in the meantime, she uses my library to make messes like this. Talk about rude!
Honestly, what is all this stuff? That mom of mine, she waltzes into my library with a pile of rubbish and just splays it out all over my beloved library window seat. She's like a tornado, I tell you. Out of control! Pens, pencils, markers, paper, garbage, it's everywhere!
My library is in ruins. My momma turned it into a war zone. But mark my word, this is a war that I, Thimble the Queen of All Cuteness, will win.
Victory will be mine!
Well, that was fun, writing my very own post. How did I do? Purrfect? Well, regardless, I'm off now. I have pens to bat at and markers to stash beneath couches. Ta-ta for now!
P.S. Silly me, I almost forgot to enter Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop! Well, I am thankful that, one day (it better be soon!), my momma won't be using my sacred library as her mess area.
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Our Tip of the Day:
Don't forget that some of the hobbies we enjoy could pose threats to the furbabies in our lives. Before working on any sort of project, consider if you need to take any precautions for your furbaby's safety. For example, do you like to paint? If so, keep in mind that some paints can be toxic to cats and dogs, and that therefore you should only use them when and where your furbaby cannot be harmed. Other chemical products used in art processes can also be dangerous, as can certain tools, such as sharp pencils and scissors. The same goes for hobbies such as baking, which can involve potentially hazardous ingredients as well as the dangers of hot stoves and ovens. And don't forget our recent tips on gardening, and how certain plants, both indoor and outdoor, can be toxic to cats and dogs. Then again, even hobbies as simple as putting puzzles together and playing board games can lead to medical emergencies, such as if your cat or dog ingests a game piece, which can result in obstruction or perforation of the gastrointestinal tract. For reasons such as these, always ensure your furbaby's safety while working on any potentially hazardous hobbies, and also make sure to tidy up when done, so that your furbaby does not come along afterwards and get into trouble when you are not around. While you most certainly don't have to give up your hobbies, don't forget to consider all the details, how they might affect your furbaby's safety, and then plan from there. As it goes, better safe than sorry!