First off, we would like to offer our apologies to anyone who was missing presents that they were expecting to find from Santa under the tree this year. Due to rain, we didn't visit the country like we were hoping, and thus Betsy Bear was able to raid Santa's sack and give his poor reindeer such a fright that they are probably seeking therapy even as we speak. If you are missing food gifts, they have been eaten. We're sorry about that. If you're missing some other item, please contact Betsy about ransom demands.
In addition to apologizing for Betsy, which is something we seem to do with every major holiday, we would also like to apologize for all of the kitty shrieks. The human managed to find a major branch on her family tree last night and we spent hours helping her poke at it. Brother was not happy though, and apparently he has someone's cell phone permanently, although why they are paying a bill for a phone that is in the paws of a cat, we will never know, but anyway, he kept texting us all night, demanding to know why he was hearing a tree growing, and to stop whatever we were doing to encourage that horrible tree to grow at once. Really, we're very sorry about that, and we hope the noise didn't spoil anyone's Christmas.
Sunday, December 25, 2016
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
We're sorry for the continuing shrieks about the evil of books. We really hope it isn't disturbing anyone unduly. We found a few more lovely book deals, plus a lot of good stuff at the library and Brother is pitching a fit. Honestly, at the rate he is going, we are expecting phone damage at any moment, with all of his messages about why is he hearing so much turning of pages, and for us to get our paws away from the library and off of those books right away, and we better not dare give them to the human and encourage her. We just hope he doesn't find out that we're taking part in another library display this month. If he found out about that the phone would be doomed for sure!
Monday, December 5, 2016
We're very sorry about the kitty shrieks last night. We hope they didn't disturb anyone's sleep. We found fifteen books in a series the human loves and purchased them for her, since the price was absolutely wonderful. Fifteen books for fourteen dollars! Isn't that great? We really thought it was, but Brother disagreed, and every time we thought he had settled down, he was texting us again with complaints about the number of books, and how many pages they have, and the estimated time to read them and demanding to know what we are up to that we need the human to be that occupied with reading. Really, we hope he didn't keep anyone awake. We bought the books nice and early too, but you wouldn't know that from the hours he was ranting at.