be brave, be very very brave

I,LTV returns to. . .
. . .hungry cats
. . .dead houseplants
. . .you don't want to know what was going on in the bathroom. . .

. . .if it was that
(up arrow)
I'd be a somewhat happier bunny


Mel said...

Poooooor kitties.
May the plants rest in peace (probably time for a new plant or two anyway.....)
POOR bathroom fixture....LOL

Oh, what great fun!
Sleeves up--find the mop. Hand it to the kiddo(s) and tell 'em to have at it?
LOLOL Yeah right!
Sometimes I make myself chuckle.

Ah well....feed the kitties, pitch the plant and call the plumber.
And then stretch out on that hammock and sky gaze!

Dave said...

Aren't the children old enough to leave home yet? 100 years ago they'd have been at work for some time, and supporting you in the manner to which you'd like to become accustomed.

mig said...

Oh dear!
Well all I can think to say is won't it be lovely when the cats are fat and happy again, the plants are replaced and/or revived and the bathroom is fixed.
Really! It will!
((((((( I )))))))

Christopher said...

I seem to have neglected you horribly over the last week. Sorry. And now I can't think of anything sensible to write, even though it appears to have been your Hour of Need. Maybe not as much as the cats' H of N, though.

I, Like The View said...

Christopher I've hardly had the opportunity to visit anyone! will catch up at the weekend

mig loo fixed now (happy sigh), cats eating me out of house and home and as for the plants, well it was a small price to pay for a weekend away!

Dave I have this on the fridge

they haven't taken the hint tho

Mel what amazed me was the fact that they just stood and watched, in a kind of awe inspired fascinted way, as the water gushed out of the loo all over the floor

like they'd never seen gushing water before

all sorted now tho!

Mel said...

*chuckling* Tickets--they shoulda handed 'em out and made money to pay the plumber. LOL

Silly kiddos....
But boy--I'm glad that's a done deal (as I'm sure you are as well!).