July 14, 2005

Blog Day Afternoons

I have been informed by my Sister-in-Law, one Jody Rhodes, that my blogging as of late has been at a certain level of suckitude. She is correct in this assessment. I have, indeed, been blogging at a less than stellar/thoughtful/ass-focused level, and for this I apologize.

I can only assure you that my lack of blogging has everything to do with my crushingly-massive workload, and nothing to do with the contempt I hold for my readers, all four of you.

To rectify this unfortunate period of blase blogging, I plan on posting pictures of my cats after work tonight. Hopefully, this will tide you over until I can steal 10 minutes away from a shitty work day and post something compelling. In case you're wondering, the last time I posted a picture of my cats, they looked like this:


They're bigger now, and they shit more. And they sleep on my chest in the morning and purr extremely loud, so I have to throw them across the room until they hit the wall, and then they come back to do it all again, in a game that I've taken to calling "Goddamn fucking cat! I'm trying to fucking sleep!" I plan on contacting Parker Bros. in the hopes of making it into a board game, sort of like Chutes and Ladders.

Posted by Ryan at July 14, 2005 03:53 PM | TrackBack

my cat sits under the bed and screams her fucking head off from about dawn until i finally get up and lock her out. then she sits outside the door and screams until i get up and give her some food. then she looks at it for a minute and starts screaming some more.

if it weren't for that cute furry face, she would've been out on the street a long time ago.

i just keep telling myself she's a reminder of why i don't have children.

Posted by: leblanc at July 15, 2005 06:10 PM

"a game that I've taken to calling "Goddamn fucking cat! I'm trying to fucking sleep!"

Hey, I play that game with the dogs. Just this morning we had a rousing game of "I'm trying to fucking sleep, shut the hell up"

They seem to looooove that game.

Posted by: Machelle at July 18, 2005 12:55 PM

I played that game with my cat when I lived at home... except my cat would nibble on my lip or nose to try to wake me up. Nothing like having a 13 pound furry bit of lip jewelry trying to forcibly install itself onto my person at 4:30am. Throwing my cat never worked, though. I think he thought it was like a really easy game of "fetch yourself."

Posted by: Sean at July 25, 2005 04:51 PM
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