Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Tattle Tale Tuesday

Mom had a rough day yesterday.

First, one of her road warriors brought his laptop over and the hard drive had died.  Mom rebuilt the laptop with a new one. Then just as she was about to turn it over to the road warrior, it got kicked off the network by mistake, but couldn't get back on. Mom had to start over from scratch.  Mom says don't ask how it happened, she's still cross-eyed about it.

Then a bit later, after kick starting one of her servants, she was making a small change with it blinked, and everybody at the day hunting gig got kicked off their computers.  Oops.  Mom wanted to crawl under her desk and hide.

Heck, I would have.

Seriously, I could give lessons. If only she'd learn!


Prancer Pie said...

Sounds like the Mom could use sum extra snuggles and headbutts.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Tell your mom that if she's gonna do an "oops" to be glad she did it with great flourish and visibility ... easier to laugh about it much later (not now).

And yes, she needs lots of extra snuggles and purrs!!

Megan said...

Oooh definitely Millie - crawling under things and hiding is one of your very best things.

Once you've taught her that, I think whipping your ankle up behind your ear should be the next lesson. You never know when that might come in handy in the office.

Sydney, Australia

Pasha said...

hahaha Megan that's funny :)

Millie, you sure can teach your mom a whole lot :)

Angel and Kirby said...

Days like that are hard and embarrassing and those days are why Mom is glad she does not have to work!

Derby, Ducky said...

Stuff happens, the world goes on. Have a nap.

Mark's Mews said...

TBT has one word ta say "Retired". An SOOOOO grateful... He was a system admin once, and escaped.

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

Bet she'll be glad to have the holiday off, even if she's super busy with cooking & family!

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Grrrr. Blogger ate our comment when we tried to post it, a common practice lately.

We're glad your mom didn't hide under her desk. But Jan says she knows the feeling, so it must be a human thing.