Sleeping or not, my furry girls seem to think it should be just fine with me wherever they choose to be. Do I not understand the pecking order in this household or something? I should also recognize that variety is, after all, the spice of life and they cannot possibly stay in one spot.
While I might wonder about several things, I am trying to no longer wonder about the girls’ behavior(s). No point, they will do what they will.
One of the things I wonder about is why when we call for assistance, the recorded voice on the phone always asks for our phone number. Which usually leads to another recorded voice that also asks for our phone number. Or account number. Then, when finally we get to a real person, the real person asks for the phone or account number. With today’s technology, wouldn’t you think one of those recorded voices could have passed on that information?
Another thing that causes me to wonder is how the heck things like our cell phones manage to move from where we are absolutely certain we left them. I have never seen little legs on them, but obviously they have some tucked away somewhere. Or perhaps they teleport. That’s it, I’m sure! What makes it worse is that they like to run off and hide at a time where we’ve had to shut them off for one reason or another and have failed to remember to turn them back on. With today’s technology, wouldn’t you think they could have a way to set them to come back on after a given amount of time?
I wonder where dust comes from. I wonder how it manages to so quickly coat those surfaces I swear I just cleaned off.
I wonder how two people can create so much laundry.
I wonder why the elves don’t take care of things like emptying the dishwasher, the washing machine, the dryer – all those things I seem to have trouble remembering to do. Or why our brains don’t have reliable timers.
What I am wondering right now, right this minute, is why I seem to feel a need to put words together to form sentences, and sentences together to form paragraphs, when really it’s obvious I have nothing to say.