It’s finished plus a surprise

The bedroom floor is finished and They’ve started moving stuff back in.

All this was done without my snoopervision. I was in charge of making certain everything was drying OK in the living room which was finished earlier in the week. And NO, I was NOT asleep. I was in my “vulture” position.

When it came to clean up, there was something extra in the pail. Kenzie was interested, but I had my quality assurance duty to fulfill in the living room.

After saying hello, we released the lizard back in the wild. You always send the small ones back and catch them later when they’re big.

About Kismet

I'm a 16 year old Indian Ringneck parrot curmudgeon in New River, Arizona in the wild west country. If you're a sunflower seed, you're dinner.

11 comments on “It’s finished plus a surprise

  1. We hope the bedroom floor was put in properly without your supervision!

    Good philosophy on lizard catching.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  2. Well the wild thing wanted to check out your new floor also. Your floor really looks nice, but hard.
    Sweet William The Scot

  3. Your humans are lucky to have you as forewoman on the job!

  4. We really believe you are training for the marathon sleeping event, however the floor did turn out nice with your eagle eye watching

  5. Now. The rugs are next. Trust me. Sliding’s fun!

  6. Hello Kyla,
    You new floor looks gorgeous! Congrats on a new place to make new memories! Our humans are thinking of putting in the same floor in our kitchen, which we don’t mind because what we have now is old and dirty linoleum.
    Beard sniffs and nubbin wags, Joules & Prescott

    • Watch out for putting it in your kitchen. If one of Them drops your food dish, you’ll starve. Down here, there’s a city of Prescott but the locals pronounce it PressKit. It’s a shibboleth to separate the tourists.

  7. Rugs, you need some rugs. Concusion from sliding the 1st time is sort of fun, but after that you start to see little birdies & stars….oh wait, you already see Kismet!

    veteran of many skids & bumps into walls

  8. I bet that floor’s nice and cool in the summer-time. Careful about doing the “smashy-face” thing. Wait till you’ve got rugs and then as noddledog says, theres another whole lot of fun waiting to be had!

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