Tuesday, November 10, 2009

cOMpuTeR MalFunCTioN


Help! My laptop has been hijacked. By a furry Ninja.

At any given moment a little streak of orange lightning zips onto my lap and then steals the keypad right out from under my hands.

Fall 673

Apparently the tapping of keys denotes playtime to Pumpkin.

Fall 674

He has attacked my typing hands no less than four times today.

Maybe I should just give up trying so hard to post this story. See how he lurks as I try to edit photos of the Pouncer.

Fall 688

Okay, I give up. Pumpkin – have the computer.

Fall 670

Wait, what did the silly fur ball do now?

The solution is for Pumpkin to find another toy or…

Even better I should close this electronic contraption and play with the wee one. That and clean my computer screen. I didn’t realize it was so dirty.

So today I’m Thankful that Pumpkin – the Furry Ninja reminded me that petting a playful kitten brings way more smiles than checking the weather on the computer. It also reminded me that I need to be more receptive in playing with my other, non-furry children instead of checking to see who got voted off The Biggest Loser or DWTS. Playtime’s a coming kids, and you too, Pumpkin.

7 comments:

laterg8r said...

definitely more fun to play with the kids and cat than checking the puter :D

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

How funny is that kitty:) I wonder what the ninja kitty would post given the chance?

Trena Doll said...

You, my dear, are very patient and saintly. I'm afraid if it had been me, the only game I'd have been inclined to play with Pumpkin is the always hilarious lock-the-cat-on-the-other-side-of-the-door-for-the-duration game. Maybe it's a good thing I only have plants.

prashant said...

How funny is that kitty:) I wonder what the ninja kitty would post given the chance?

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Honey Mommy said...

How cute! Maybe you should just give ninja kitty a keyboard for his very own. I have some spares you could have!

Arrow said...

That cat behaves like my son!

rkimedes said...

Interestingly, my computer has EXACTLY the same effect on the toddler. You need to see her again, she's practically HUGE.