Me and Stanley had to have an intervention with mom. She has NOT helped us blog in about 87 years! So after a caring Blogville person sent us an email asking if we were OK, we told mom that we HAD to get back to blogging! We are GLAD that person helped light a fire under mom's
ass typing fingers!
In the meantime, we will tell you about the crisis I had . . . Wilson went missing!! Me and Stanley (and our pawrents) searched EVERYWHERE!
We looked all over the yard, the house, and even the neighbors. No Wilson for days! I knew he was ballnapped!
It was all I thought about for days. Was Wilson cold? Was he crying for me?
Finally, after nearly a week . . .
We found Wilson! In case you wonder where he was, here are the deets:
There is a cedar chest that sits at the end of the big bed, facing the bed (sometimes me and Stanley use it as an extended bed when our pawrents hog up all the space). There is a scalloped wooden trim that is close to the floor. However, at the center, the design meets at a point where it's high enough off the floor for Wilson to roll under. BUTT since the chest faced the bed, the only way Wilson could roll under there would be from under the bed. So . . . I think the ballnappers came into the house looking for Wilson and Wilson got scared and rolled under the cedar chest. Then it was too dark for him to find the one spot high enough for him to roll back out. When mom changed the sheets on the bed, they pulled the chest away from the bed and found Wilson! It was a miracle! I was soooo happy!
The other thing that kept us away was mom was
sick a few days doing projects (and reading a book that was over 800 pages)! One project was to go through all our toys! You can see we hardly had any to begin with! Butt Stanley protected them!
So now we think everything has settled down (mom finished the book) so we will start catching up with everyone. In the meantime . . .
Murphy & Stanley
Pee Ess - In case you are wondering about the book it is HERE.