Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Who Eats Weeds?
CYNDI: Hey, remember me? I'm the pretty kitty. Well, the only female feline here. We have all been watching Jan spending the day sweating. *covers nose with one paw* I believe she needs a shower.
MICAH: She's sweating because she has been vacuuming and mopping floors today and it's H-O-T inside and out.
SAM: She was trying to cut the grass again with a swing blade but spindly dandelions are about the only greens it chops off.
MARCUS: So she finally checked the blade and fortunately for her, she couldn't cut herself with it if she tried. She really needs it sharpened but no one knows where it can be done.
MERCI: Please don't suggest she do it herself. She's dangerous! You would think she could mop floors without incident but when she moved a bureau "just a smidge", the beautiful vase her mother gave her bounced on the floor and shattered.
BUDDY: We were very proud of her. Oh, not for breaking it. She deserves a klutz award for that. But immediately upon the crash, the phone started ringing. She ignored it! The shattered glass was more important. Do you think she learned something from her trip/ fly/crash injuries six months ago? No, not possible. Guess she just didn't want us to get cut.
RUSTY: Well, I had a nice shadebath this afternoon in the dog pen. Until I was rudely interrupted by some noisy machinery. The neighbors mowed and weed ate (who eats weed?) in their own yard and then came over and did the same in ours. It made Jan happy but I was forced to come inside before I lost my hearing.
PERCY: Micah mentioned mopping floors, something Jan H-A-T-E-S to do since the only mop she can use on our kitchen floor is a string mop and she has to keep wringing it by hand. But the other day she found an O-Cedar MicroTwist ratcheting action for hands-free wringing mop.
MICAH: Today was the first time she used it and she loves it. It made the job sooooo much easier and faster. And didn't leave behind too-wet floors. (No, we're not reviewing it, just mentioning Jan liked it in case you have been wringing your mop by hand too.)
SAM: Guess Jan has run out of steam and our entertainment has ended for the day. We'll have to go see what mischief we can get into.
O-Cedar Microtwist mop