When a strange scraping sound awakened me this afternoon, I had already chosen a beautiful, warm sunspot to sleep in. It wasn’t until I understood it was only the sound of the mini-humans playing that I recognized my dream wasn’t about squawking birds. What sort of mischief have they been up to so far?
The mini-humans are easily bored, particularly on days when Honey is gone and Darling has a ton of work to do on her desk box. They frequently ride on my back or tie ponytail holders around my ears to pass the time when they’re bored. However, they had hoped to allow me to take a snooze this morning.
The slumber had been enjoyable. I now needed to determine what that odd noise was! I can’t say that the bizarre scene astonished me. Even though these miniature people act in the most peculiar ways, Honey, Darling, and I still adore them. The larger of the two little humans were attempting to drag her sibling across the kitchen floor while carrying a laundry basket. When she noticed me, she halted. Her eyes sparkled with the sly grin she wears when she has an idea.
She then flung the rope to the ground before climbing into the basket with her sister and waving at me. They yelled at me in their sweet tiny voices. They are very adorable! I was proactive after my snooze and knew what the mini-humans desired.
I dragged those miniature people about the kitchen until they started squawking with joy so loudly that Darling entered the scene. I briefly believed that we were all in jeopardy, but she only chuckled and extended the hand rectangle that she was constantly pointing at the mini-humans and myself.
The mini-humans boredom was successfully treated today, and mine was too!