Everywhere a meow meow.
I was working out in the basement this week. After half an hour on the stationery bike, I headed to the floor for sit ups. A comforter was bunched up to the side – something we sit on once in a while. I didn’t think anything of it as I started with the sit ups. Then I did some bench presses with my dumbbells. As I lowered my weight down to the comforter, the blanket squeaked. Obi had managed to crawl into the pile of blanket.
Workout forgotten, silliness ensued.
Oliver wants everyone to know where he is this weekend. He doesn’t want us to come find him. He doesn’t want us with him. He just wants us to know where he is. He doesn’t get why this is so hard for us to understand.
We don’t get why he keeps talking if he doesn’t want attention.
I was taking a shower yesterday and Obi started crying on the other side of the curtain. I looked outside to see what he wanted.
Nothing. Just singing.
The noise has subsided here in the Thunder household. Oliver, upon hearing that we need to take his temperature tonight, has disappeared. Obi is taking advantage of this opportunity to sneak in some solo snuggle time with The Girl.
Its a lovely Sunday night.
Thunder often demands attention the instant I get off the stationary bike. I think it offends him that I’m sitting, and yet I don’t have a usable lap.
Obi tries to smell my feet as I’m peddling. It offends him when I kick him in the head. Luckily, I have a recumbent bike so I can also hold a kitten. Thank goodness! We wouldn’t want a kitten to not have the option of being held!