WAFFLES: Hey Boss, nice scratcher, huh?
KATIE: As tempting as it is, I'm pretty sure we're not supposed to scratch this.
WAFFLES: But it's got that new rug smell.
KATIE: Well if nobody's looking, what harm is a little scratch?
WAFFLES: Go for it, Boss!
KATIE: I can always blame the carnage it on you.
WAFFLES: Hey, wait a minute.
About Today's Photos
The new living room rug and rug pad arrived Saturday. We didn't know the man in purple shorts worked on the weekends, but because of the big snow on Thursday and Friday, our delivery was delayed. Our super-steep, super-snowy driveway is not for the faint of heart. You've got to love a Fed Ex man who trades in his van for a four-wheel drive Jeep.
Putting your mark on a new rug sounds like purrfect work for a Monday morning.ReplyDelete
If you need reinforcements, just let us know. LOL
Have a great week!
Looks like great fun!ReplyDelete
It does look pretty scratchable!ReplyDelete
Wow, that's service! I agree about the scratchability.ReplyDelete
It looks good to me. I think it should be a "keeper."ReplyDelete
we have a feeling that driveway is going to end up giving Glogirly heartburn. :)ReplyDelete
I'd scratch it until it smelled like me. After all, that's a much better smell than new rugs...ReplyDelete
We don't see a thing Katie.ReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
Waffles, you look very indignant !ReplyDelete
That's the biggest scratcher we've ever seen ! PurrsReplyDelete
Katie is finally getting it ... having an adventuresome and annoying younger brother has its advantages ;)ReplyDelete
You're learning about life in the mountains quite quickly!ReplyDelete
New rugs? Time to break them in!!!ReplyDelete
The Florida Furkids
New rug must be christened. Who will yak on it first?ReplyDelete
Definitely wouldn't recommend shredding the padding. Glogirly would definitely not be happy.ReplyDelete