So, I will answer the question I believe my cat, Tyeger, is asking. LOL
I believe he's asking, "How can I make this " wa wa" come out whenever I want?"
Yes, we call water "wa wa." LOL. He knows that I turn the faucet on with the handle on the right because he puts his paw on it before looking at me and whining.
I will answer, "Cats are not allowed to turn on the "wa wa." You could flood the house."
I did find it dripping one day, and I believe he may have been playing with the handle.
Now, continuing The Adventures of Tornado Theo, my hearing-impaired nephew cat. Well, he's still causing CATastrophies every day.
Today, he looks like he has a question. "Why did you have all this stuff on the mantle where I love to walk?"
I imagine my family member answering, but the little guy cannot hear, "Theo, the mantle is not a catwalk."
Then, he ventures into the big tub. From the tilt of his head and the puzzling look, you know he has the question, "What is happening here?"
Speaking of puzzling things, it's National Puzzle Day on the 29th of this month. If you're spending a lot of time indoors due to the winter weather, a puzzle may be just what you need for hours of challenging fun by yourself or with a team of puzzle-piece finders.
Maybe you have a favorite picture that you would like to make into a puzzle. What a sweet surprise to give to a grandparent who loves to work puzzles. Valentine's Day is less than a month away.
Before saying goodbye, I want to say "thank you" to my readers everywhere! Until next week, many happy hours of puzzling or reading! If you are out and about, remember road safety when traveling on the roads. The big "trucks need more time to stop." ~ Laura Beth