Saturday, January 28, 2012

Something to See Here?

Nope. Nothing doin' in these parts worth staying awake for!

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Kitties: We have been a little remiss in visiting recently, NOT because King Spitty does not want to visit his subjects furriends, but because the Accreditation (she always thinks of it with a capital A) of her school is approaching in early March, and she is in charge of it. It is a hideous and horrendous process involving the endless conducting of meetings and writing of reports, and weeping and wailing and gnashing of teef.  Even *I* feel a twinge of sympathy. But only a twinge.

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  1. Not even a mouse? A lizard? Sigh...
    At least you have a nice sun puddle.

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  2. I feel for your mom, Spitty as my mom's son, while not an administrator, IS a teacher and speaks of these things in hushed tones.

    xoxoxox always

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  3. Mom Paula feels your mom's pain. She used to be both a classroom teacher and a college professor, so she understands "accreditation." Unfortunately, in her current role, she has been one to actually conduct those visits, too.

    We miss you!

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  4. Looking again fur your shadow, King Spitty? Tell Mom not to worry about visiting. We unnerstand.
    xoxo Kassey

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  5. Will garments be rent as well? That actually sounds sorta fun...

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  6. Spitty, perhaps you could take a break from Caturday catnapping and help your mom with her important stuffs?

    Nah! I thought not. MOL. Carry on with the nap then.

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  7. I see the Accreditation is keeping you up at nights, Spitty. I bet the hardest thing for your human is to get other people to do their parts in a timely manner. We can wait for your visits - maybe not till MARCH, but a while at least. Maybe she can help you visit one furriend a day.

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  8. There is too something worth looking at there! Pretty Spitty sparkling in a sunbeam! Be still my heart!
    Our sympathies to your overworked momma!

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  9. Dearest Spitty,
    Alas, we understands! Mommy is working all weekend as there is a major change to the software being released next week and Mommy has to write about how peoples should use it! Luckily though, she works at home so me can sits on her. She sure makes the swearing noises lots...
    Me shall come over an visits yous if yous gets too lonely.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  10. Dear King Spitty,
    We remain you loyal subjects. Even when you must attend to boring kingdom issues.

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  11. Well you might catch a nap under there if you look hard enough!!! Purrs to Mom, we hope the teef nashing isn't that bad!

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  12. We bet your head is warm, Spitty.

    Good luck to your human...that doesn't sound like fun at all.

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  13. Nothing interesting there but you've got a very nice sun puddle. It's worth staying asleep for :-)
    Sounds like your human will be terribly busy. I feel sympathy too. Be there for her, Spitty, when she is weeping!

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  14. This Accreditation thing sound awful - can't you do something to stop it, Spitty? It is taking away from your human's time doing your duties, after all.

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  15. It's always time for a nap in a sunpuddle, Spitty. Try to be nice to your human. The A___ process is pretty awful and nerve-wracking. Be careful not to let your tail get between those gnashing teef!

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  16. Well, if you feel a twinge, then we'll let it slide. Snooze on, your highness, snooze on.

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  17. When I saw the top ic, I thought you were looking for a mouse. I should send TW over there to get her outta my fur. It's no picnic having her home 24/7 either. I have to be on flashy box alert all the time. Otherwise she ignores me.

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  18. Spitty, those Accreditation things can be pretty time consuming. You are a good kitty that you recognize that and give her some slack.

    You look so cute there in the light.

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