Sunday, August 17, 2008

Easy Like Sunday Morning

"Peace, Love, and Fagin"
Mommy came upstairs this morning to make up the bed and discovered this - a sleepy Fagin lying on her very comfy peace, love and happiness sheets. Do you think she moved Fagin and made up the bed or do you think that the bed remains unmade and Fagin is sleeping undisturbed? We'll give you two guess and the first one does not count!!

13 comments:

The Furry Kids said...

We're gonna guess that the bed is unmade. Good job, Fagin. hee hee

Daisy said...

I think Fagin does not have to move!

Gandalf and Grayson said...

We SO wouldn't move little Fagin! Uh-uh. Nope.

The Meezers said...

::lays down next to Fagin::

HEY FAGIN!!! PLAY???

hee hee

Billy

Cheysuli and gemini said...

You look so comfy there! I would hate to move myself!

Lux said...

I think she left the bed and Fagin just are they were!

Sunny's Mommy said...

I think the bed was not made ;-)

michico*Adan said...

Oah My~!
What a great comfy spot for napping!

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

AHH...how adorable. That bed would have remained unmade! Except Mommy would have crawled in with him!

Hi Fagin!!!!

PB 'n J said...

So Fagin=Happiness?! Sounds good to us! Well done keeping the bed from being made Fagin!

Hello to my Strapping Ginger Pirate Cat! It's going to be very warm here today, a perfect day to sit in the shade of the willow and while away the hours - would you care to join me?
Purrs and {{{huggs}}}
Your Black Pearl

Tybalt said...

I say Fagin won! Way to go for our little mancat. ;)

Dana says she'll be right over to help him mess that bed up! WIGGLE DANCE TIME! :-D

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

i'm going to guess, she kicked his little furry butt off the bed and then made it, and then sat on it not letting Fagin back up. JUST KIDDING! of course she let the little cutie keep nappin.

ps mommy sayz she understands. it can be hard to write when it gets busy!

jenianddean said...

It's only right to leave the bed unmade. I think by laying in the unmade bed we are saving out beans from having to go to the trouble of making them.
--Jasper