Busy ... Busy .... Busy... I've been as busy as a Bee this week. Tasks have ranged from guarding the house from workers working next door to making sure the Bug is kept busy so she doesn't bother them, and I can assure you she has been a total nightmare. I have to make it a point to speak to my humans about this or somehow let them know. It is proving to be a very difficult task and it is draining me. I hardly have anytime for myself.
Because of her I cannot sleep during the day, because of her I cannot write in my blog and because of her I cannot sunbathe, now that the sun is shining more often. Instead of maturing, she is in regression! It could of course be that she THINKS she is an adult now and that she can do whatever she wants. Girls are a nightmare at this age. I hope my humans don't even think about bringing another one into the house. One teenager is draining me, I dread to think what two would do! From the way they talk though, it sounds like I'm going to have to go through it over and over again throughout the years. Hopefully it won't be anytime soon, or I'm going to pack my things and find a place of my own. Of course that would mean aquiring my own laptop, my own camera, my own food, my own water, my own toys, my own bed.... On second thoughts, I think I'm staying here. I realize I have to put up with the Bug and share all of my stuff with her, but had I had to work to get all of my stuff, I think I wouldn't have time to sleep anyway! It's something I have to seriously think about.
Thankfully I got a peacfull day last Saturday. She had a dog show, so I got to stretch my legs, play with MY toys and sleep all day on MY sofa. From what I heard, she did well. In fact, not only did she get her first CAC, she also got Reserve in Group with the adults, and she is only 11 months old. I have to admit, I am proud of her. I hope she keeps winning, these shows are really a goD send. I can get a break from her for a few hours at least.
Geeze pals, I have to cut this short again. I think she went upstairs, got to run... Can't let her disturb the works