Allow me to bore you
I was sitting on the writer’s nook this morning having breakfast and watching the noisy (cockatoo) neighbours when I thought I should film them to bring you a little closer to my world (you know how much I love to bore people). Lucky for you this video only goes for 30 seconds.
I had to cut the beginning and end off the video because my stomach kept rumbling in the background.
A few weeks back I talked about the rat that had eaten the fruit in my kitchen. Since then, I’ve made sure there is absolutely nothing in the kitchen every night and it hasn’t been back.
However, I think this rat may have been searching through my bookshelf and found The Art of War. One of it’s favourite quotes must be, “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”
Last night I left my Mother-in-Law’s (M-I-L) Mother’s Day present on the bench. When I woke up this morning I found it on the lounge-room floor (the rat must have picked it up and carried it there).
Sorry Lindt, and M-I-L, and chocolate lovers all over the world (you may need some time alone after viewing this picture).
I think it’s time to invite M-I-L’s cats for a sleepover…