Now let me peer out into the oncomin' storm...
Okay, I can't see all that much, on account of my bein' in the house and under the dinin' room table, but it sounds like it's pourin' outside.
Sure am glad I'm in.
And in other news...
And in other news, while the Province of Nova Scotia is battenin' down the hatches, securing objects that might get blown around and injure people or damage property, nearby...
IN MY COUNTY, peeps have just finished pilin' all sorts of possible projectiles at the ends of their driveways, ready to be picked up in the fall cleanup tomorrow mornin'.
That's how we roll here in Annapolis County.
Peeps. Peeps will be peeps.
Yup, it's true. Much to my dismay, I watched ol' Peepers drag one of my super old kitty condos down to the curb this mornin'. It's missin' half its carpetin' and, truth be told, I threw up on it last week, so I'm not too upset 'bout it goin' out in the garbage.
And I really don't think it'll ever get airborne. Nope, not even with a hurricane strength wind gust. It's pretty massive, you see. And heavy. Super heavy. Super duper heavy, for sure. You should have HEARD ol' Peepers huffin' and puffin' as she carried it down the stairs.
Carried... Dragged... Whatever.
Nope, that thing is stayin' put down there on the road.
But there's an old plastic lawn chair lyin' next to it that likely WON'T be around tomorrow mornin'.
But seriously, what is Peepers to do? County wants to go ahead with the cleanup even though there's a hurricane / tropical storm on its way.
I've got my paws crossed that some of the neighbours have put out tins of the fanciest of the feasts that might happen to roll on by, my way.
Roll by... Fly by... Whatever.
But with my luck, if anythin' blows into my yard, it'll likely be somethin' stupid like...
Like nail clippers and harnesses and a kitty-sized dumb ol' bathtub.
But in OTHER news...
Well not so much other, as unrelated.
WELL... Well not so much unrelated as uh...
More interestin' to me.
In MORE INTERESTIN' TO ME news, my catnip plants are safely secured. Yup, Peepers tucked the pots in a corner where they're not likely to be affected by any winds. They'll get rained on, she says, but rain is okay.
JUST AS LONG AS THEY DON'T GET BLOWN AWAY.
I have my 2020 nip crop to protect, you see.
Well that's all I have to report for now. It's currently Tuesday afternoon and I'm gonna schedule this post for publishin' tomorrow, Wednesday, my regular publishin' day. I need to be prepared in case our power or Internet go out, or anythin' like that.
For further information on the storm and Hurricane Teddy, tune in to CBC.
You never know. You might see me there! Yup, if that ol' TV network is smart, they'll wanna interview me, Seville the Cat, for sure, 'cause I'm kinda famous, you see.
Remember to mask up, too.
Good gravy, Seville! Here's hoping the storm isn't nearly half as bad as they predict!ReplyDelete
I do have visions of cat food cans flying through the air, however...
We hope that storm doesn't mess up too much in your neck of the woods Seville.ReplyDelete
dood...stay safe and under that tablez....stormz haza way oh foolin peepz.....N we DUE hope sinz old cat tree went thata way >>>>>>>> that a NEW cat tree will bee knockin on yur door sooooper soon :) ☺☺♥♥ReplyDelete
I hope the storm hasn't been too bad for you guys.ReplyDelete
Oh my! Sivvers, we've got our paws crossed that that storm isn't too bad for you and your peeps!ReplyDelete
I hope the storm wasn't too bad. It skipped us here in Massachusetts.ReplyDelete
Be safe our purfriend n our page is under a ban for 30 mousy days sorry we can't share but we can meow at you in here ❤️❤️ReplyDelete
Seville, are you safe? Are your peeps safe? Did your nip weather the storm? It sounds really scary.ReplyDelete
Maybe that storm will blow all the squirrels away too. That would begreat for your peep. Of course it might just blow next doors squirrels in after yours have gone out, in which case you're back to square on. On the plus side, Mrs H says there is no way the storm can blow extra acorns back into the trees, so once they're down they're down, so the peep will be saved that onslaught.Might be hit by a falling squirrel though????ReplyDelete
Seville there is no end to the odd things Peeps will do. They just seem really stuck on their own little world. Glad that nip is safe!ReplyDelete
Hope you stay safe. XOReplyDelete