Monday, February 08, 2016

A Little Fairy Dust

TAYLOR:  I'm a bit confused about our blogging stories. Why did Cyndi and Percy fib in our last post?  (Missing Pet Poop Bags)

MERCI:  You mean about Jan losing things, or about losing her stash of pet poop bags?

TAYLOR:  Oh, Jan is always losing things, but I thought we are supposed to be honest and always tell the truth.

MERCI:  We do.  But sometimes we have to take a little poetic license -

TAYLOR:  We write poetry too?

MERCI:  Not that I know of.  Maybe I can explain it this way.  Our stories are true, or at least based on truth. We do write the occasional totally imaginative post, but they are clearly fiction.  Sometimes we sprinkle some fairy dust on a true story for a little humor.

TAYLOR:  Jan gets very upset about the amount of mud and dirt tracked inside from the dog pen.  Doesn't she get upset when you sprinkle fairy dust?

MERCI:  It isn't messy dust.  It means we mainly tell the truth.  For example, that post originated because Jan lost the calendar she uses to keep track of when she pays bills and other important facts.  She wanted to jot a couple of notes but one of you kitties (I won't mention Rusty's name) had knocked everything off the desk and she couldn't find it.  Who wants to read some boring story about Jan spending 45 minutes searching for a calendar?

TAYLOR:  But it was funny to watch her move furniture, crawl around the floor, open and close drawers, and wander through the house in case she had left it somewhere.  About the fourth time she went through that routine, she even checked inside the refrigerator.  It would have made a funny post.

MERCI:   Yes, it was fun to watch her believe she was losing more marbles.  She did finally stand in the right spot to notice a corner of the calendar peeking out from under a chair that had a blanket hanging over the back.  The calendar had sailed in the opposite direction from where all the other items go when you kitties clear the desk.

TAYLOR:  So why didn't Cyndi and Percy write that story?  They were sure snickering behind their paws the whole time Jan searched.

MERCI:  When you've been blogging with us a bit longer, Taylor, you'll understand that some occasional fairy dust  makes others smile.   Cyndi and Percy had fun posting about Jan losing our poop bags instead of a calendar.  Their story isn't so far-fetched.  Jan can lose anything!

TAYLOR:  *scratches head*  I'd like to try a post one day.  Where can I find some of that fairy dust?

MERCI:  They sell everything.


  1. Don't worry Taylor, we all need a little fairy dust now and again to make things more interesting.

  2. Fairy dust makes the world go round sweetie...;) Loves Fozziemum..pee ess it makes things shiny ,) xx

  3. MOL! Hilarious! (You can probably get some hilariousness on Amazon too.)

  4. I want to order some fairy dust, I wonder if there is free shipping.

  5. That's funny, I was going to suggest Amazon as well!

  6. BOL...Thank goodness for!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  7. Oh I WANTS sum of that fairy dust thingy...I finks I could haf sum GREAT funs wiv that, hehe
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess leah xxL

  8. Hari OM
    Crikey, I reckon the true story was way funnier!!! (Only cuz that is exactly the sort of thing which happens round here... truth is often stranger than any fairy dust.) Hugs wags and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

  9. Ain't dat da truff. Ifin ya' can't find it on amazon, it purrobly can't be bought. MOL

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

  10. There's nothing wrong with sprinkling a wee bit of fairy dust on stories once in awhile!

  11. MOL ! Just do it, and you'll see, Taylor ! Purrs

  12. guys...any time any one can rite a storee bout poop bags & make it a good one like ewe did.......yea...thumbz ....even if we dont have em....UP !! ♥♥♥

  13. We think you have been fairied, Taylor!

    But soon you will be joining in and adding lots of your won dustiness!


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