Saturday, 2 May 2020

Working From Home and Another Love

This is Andy in his home office-the kitchen table. His co-workers Cassie and Oliver try their best, but keep falling asleep. They especially like to help, when awake, by walking over the keyboard of his laptop, and making it produce all sorts of interesting noises. Sometimes they like to help by eating some treats or having a little spat.


12 comments:

Fresca said...

This morning I started at the beginning of your blog and read several months in. So much good stuff!
Literally--I love seeing your toys and fabrics and everything. Also humans. And cats--this Chacha is some cat.

Reminds me of a Siberian Forest cat I house sat once named Luna--she loved to play--including fetch. (I guess these cats don't trigger allergies--I'd never met one before.)

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Steve Reed said...

Bengals are amazing-looking cats. I saw one once on the street and wondered what I was looking at -- I thought it was some type of wildcat! Glad he came out from behind the fridge.

jabblog said...

I love Andy's 'home office - a scenario that's repeated thousands of times across the UK.

Chacha is beautiful and very lucky to have you looking after him. Apparently, cats sleep for 15 hours a day - probably so they can wreak havoc in the 9 hours they're awake.

landscape said...

Just found you . Like the blog

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Andre Surkis said...

Home office is cool, this is probably one of the advantages of blocking ...

Fresca said...

Dear Sarah,

I enjoy your blogging so much, then you seemed to have stopped and I wondered if everything was okay. Now I am so sorry to see on Steve's blog that it is not okay--that you just lost a family member to Covid.

I am so, so sorry.

We've only just met, and I'm across the Atlantic, but is there anything I can do for you?
Would you like one of the red-hair girlettes?
There are plenty to share and I could easily mail you one. They like adventures...

(We like adventures too, but this time is being a bit too much...)

My deepest condolences. xo Fresca

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