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You know it is going to be a questionable day when...


Luc

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You know it is going to be a questionable day when:

  1. you run out of sprinkles while baking cookies
  2. you step on a kitten while trying not to step on the clothes your son has left on the floor after changing into his school clothes
  3. you nearly fall down the stairs while carrying garbage--and end up with the garbage bag falling down the stairs instead--and it is the used kitty litter--and OF COURSE the bag breaks
  4. you get stopped by a cop because "Whatever you had on top of your car was flying all over the road." Turns out it was the newspaper...
  5. you have to stop your car and pick up the newspaper off the road--in the rain
  6. you come home from taking your son to school and discover the cat has closed all the windows on your computer with her ass (why is it cats INSIST on sitting on keyboards?)

Maybe I should go back to bed and start the day over? After I go to the store and get more sprinkles and another newspaper...

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you come home from taking your son to school and discover the cat has closed all the windows on your computer with her ass (why is it cats INSIST on sitting on keyboards?)

 

 

kitty porn? :lmao:

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Hey Luc :)

 

I just caught up on your blog. :hug: I'm sorry your Christmas and New Year were rough :( . I also hope your mom is doing better and Sam is well (and taking care of the cat duties like he was supposed to).

 

That definitely does sound like the beginning of a rough day. Try to fight it though as you mentioned in your previous blog entry everything is connected. I think that often when several little bad things happen it's because they're sorta causing each other and creating a negative self-fulfilling prophesy (I.E. Today's going to suck!). I think that's why good days seem to be so full of random good things too; you have a better attitude and more positive expectations. Anyway fight the bad day lol!!

 

:hug: take care and I hope things get better,

 

Kevin

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It's easy to de-kittyfy your keyboard. Set a screensaver with a password and set the turn-on interval to something long enough so you can work without being interrupted. Then go to http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/Shell_a...r_Download.html and download Tarsier v1.3; this freeware program will let you enable and disable your screen saver with a single click in the system tray, and start the screen saver immediately with a double-click. Now, when you leave the computer just double-click on the system tray icon and your password protected screen saver will come on. Kitty can sit on the keyboard whenever she/he/it wants and it's unlikely she'll figure out your password and the steps needed to enter it! :2thumbs:

 

One more thing, make sure you don't forget your password!

 

Colin :boy:

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