Monday, 13 August 2012

it's all Go! Go! Go!

well the Mac Mini saga continues and I have been making progress, albeit a snail's pace progress in my learning.
but I must say I am impressed! (with the mac, not my computer acumen)

Anyway, inbetween all that techno-stuff I came across something very exciting today - British Military Hardware in action!
*sigh* *drool*
I'm the type of gal who glides by the lipstick counter and goes straight to the tank yards! so I was really excited to see this!

and whilst I had been drooling and spending my time productively I happened to glance down under my table and saw that I had been negligent in matters of the heart

and my little heart had become entwined in the phone cord

and was passing the time licking the stool leg, as er, rabbits do

and not in the least concerned that he was trapped, or in a battlefield filled with booby traps ......

so, em, after a fair few bribes and treats and kisses and back rubs, my little mister was fed and free and happy!
(and the phone cord now lives twirled up ontop of the phone!)

- and yes, it's all go here - squirrels being born, hares getting storied, watercolours of MBTs (main battle tanks) and other assorted military hardware being daubed on canvas .... busy, busy.....


  1. *SQUEE!* for snuggly Wesley all snoozy after his traumatic experience! Mr. Mick has been snuggling his new throne in much the same way--he just loves the nice pillowy edges. He was quite miffed that I had to remove it from his cage in order to wash it (along with all his other thrones), and the folded flannel sheet that I left as a temporary fix just would not do. I placated him with one of your cookies, though, and that kept him content until he could have a proper throne under his regal behind again.

    As for Wesley, it's a good thing he was content to remain there until you rescued him. Mick would have freed himself by chewing the cord, and then entertained himself by stripping as much of the covering off the cord as possible until he was discovered. I've learned that lesson the hard way.

  2. I am sure Wesley knew mom would save him. No worries, plenty of time to lick the nice table. He looks so snowy white and soft.

  3. Mine would have chewed their way free!

  4. ha ha Jade! I was the one traumatised! Wes was oblivious to his predicament :)

    indeed Juliet!

    yes Christina, he was just in his own world

    ha ha ha Lisa ;) Arabella would have disconnected my life line in seconds too :)


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