Sunday, September 25, 2011

Another Life Lesson



NEVER nap with your front door open!!!


O.K. I should have learned this lesson with all the birds, bats and such who come wondering in the house but I must say I am a slow learner.


I just had to lay down, my stomach was doing flip flops and my head was pounding so I put myself to bed with my little DVD player running on the pillow next to me with the last of the Predator movies. As I drifted off to sleep (Yes, I can sleep with aliens killing everything in sight) I was hoping to my body would settle down. After about an hour of slumber I had this strange feeling I was being watched. I simply thought it was the movie but as I slowly opened my eyes there at the foot of the bed was my Alien...


It has such a sweet face and stood up on it's hind legs giving me the most angelic gaze.. I moved slowly to get a better look but it darted off. I sprang from my bed as the little one ran down the hallway and down the stairs to the living room. I grabbed my camera and tried to take some pic's. I got one of him as he went out the front door. I stood as still as possible and waited - hoping to get some more but the silly little thing just moves too fast..


So what did we learn from this - Yes, Grace is suppose to close the doors and windows more often less I want more house guests. Next, when trying to calm one's stomach and head jumping up so fast does nothing to help the problem. Lastly, It is better to have a mink in your bedroom then a bear so SHUT THE DOOR Grace....

5 comments:

Candy C. said...

Oh my! Certainly glad it wasn't a bear! Check those doors!

Kristina said...

Golly, I guess he was coming in for a visit.

Ngo Family Farm said...

Heehee, thanks for the early morning giggle :)

Susan said...

What a hoot! If I left the front door open, everyone inside would go out and vice versa! At least he/she went back out!

larkspur funny farm said...

Glad you liked my little guest - This morning he was waiting at the front door when I was leaving to go to town. To bad I could not take him with - at least I would have a buddy on the long drive.