September 14, 2020

Today is a quiet day...

Oh, and I got a new nip banana!
I've spent most of today either in my room or in the closet, and a bit of it tucked into a space near the Man's computer chair. I wandered out for food and water earlier in the day, but by morning snack I wasn't feeling like it, so the Woman has been bringing food to me. I'm eating, so she's not worried; it's just one of those days.

She says she was pretty sure that I'd be kind of quiet today. I spent a lot of time in the living room yesterday, and I lounged on her lap for a while. I would have spent more time there watching Enterprise with her, but I got something in my eye and was rubbing my face, which prompted her to try to wash eye boogers off the side of my nose, and, well, I wasn't having any of that.

If she'd left it alone for five minutes, I would have gotten it myself.

There's a lot of smoke and ash in the air here. The fires (and there are a lot of them) are far enough away that we're not in danger from them, but the People have to keep the windows closed and the a/c on, but every time they have to go out, something gets in, so it's no surprise to get a fleck of something stuck where I don't want it to be. It could be worse...some of the Woman's friends have dogs who have to go outside, and they're having issues with coughing and irritation, and there's no real way to avoid it.

Then again, they don't have to deal with the Woman's whining about not being able to play outside. She's halfway through a charity bicycle thingy, and because of the smoke she's had to do a lot of it inside on her bike that goes nowhere, and she's starting to hate it. Well, lady, so am I, because that bike is loud and you're no fun when you're on it.

On the plus side, she raised over $2600 for childhood cancer research and treatment. But that also makes her more determined to get the miles in, and she said she'd do 300. Outside it would be a bit of a stretch as it is; inside, she says it feels like torture.

Suck it up, sunshine. It's just pedaling.

Oh, and those of you waiting for a print copy of Interview With A Pest...Amazon has it, which means other stores will soon. It's even got its first review on Amazon, and it's 5 star! Oh yeah, reviewer, you know who you are. Thank you. I got warm fuzzies from it.

5 comments:

Eastside Cats said...

Good going, Max...room service!
Concats to your human for raising money for a good cause.
We are too far away from the fires to have it effect our air quality...so far.
Purring for all that have it much harder.

da tabbies o trout towne said...

dood.....de firez out ther iz like de werst kinda $#!tZ, we troo lee hope de western sea bord getz much kneaded rain...and soon..

conga ratz two yur mom & 984 pawz UP; we think thatz awesum her raized thoz fundz....tell her we said sew...but make it sound like itz frum ewe and we bet ewe getz a steak :) ♥♥

book iz on R wish list rite now !!

Just Ducky said...

Yeah, room service. I don't get that here. Stay safe!

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Marley, and Laz) said...

Days late, but I unnerstand what ya mean Max. I have a favorite room now and seldom leave it. TBT brings food to me and I sneak down to the litterboxes at night to take care of business. Otherwise, I just stay where I am. ~ AYLA

Anonymous said...

We live in PA and a friend of mine in the western part of the western part of the state is getting the smoke from the California fires. The same thing happened when MT. Saint Helen erupted!