Friday, December 21, 2012

High Five for Friday: Fly on the Wall edition

Welcome to High Five for Friday, where I love to link up with Lauren at From My Grey Desk.
Today, I am also linking up with Karen at Baking in a Tornado for Fly on the Wall.
This is a writing challenge (for me its a challenge. I have no idea if I did this correctly.)
Snippets that could not be a post are being strung together into one post.
Scene 1:
{A string of meows from Chomps}
Me: Why are you meowing? What do you want?
Geologist: Sometimes he just likes to talk.
Chomps loves to talk...all...the...time. Too bad there's no mute button for a cat.
Scene 2:
{A chorus of meows from Chomps and Kirby}
Me: They've been fed, I don't know why they're meowing.
Geologist: It doesn't seem like they've been fed.
Have you ever thought about what people might think if they saw what goes on behind-the-scenes at your house? Do you ever wonder what it would be like to catch a glimpse of someone else’s daily life? Here’s your chance. Today 12 bloggers are inviting you into their homes to be a fly on the wall.

Buzz around, see what you think, then click on these links for a peek into some other homes:                                                                                                   
1: I have a new job!
2: Starbucks invited me to a race for stars with a reward of $5!
3: I made short bread cookies, yum!
4: Christmas party with cool people! Playing piano for the cool peeps too!
5: Can't wait for my first Influenster box to arrive! Woohoo!croppedsig


  1. I miss my kitties...they would talk all the time!


  2. High Five for you! And the kitties . . . and the Geologist. I think I need to go make some Shortbread cookies too!

  3. We have a neighbor cat that also lives at our house. We kind of "share" her. I think she talks twice as much for twice the food!
    Happy Friday!

  4. One of my cats had gotten extremely talkative lately and I just soooo needed more of that... LOL

  5. Awww how cute! Our cat talks constantly, love it. :)


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