Then I sat on her.
Of course, my staff was just horrified by my behavior. What they don't realize is that I'm not going to sit on just ANYBODY. I mean, it takes a lot of trust to sit on someone! And almost as much to turn your back on them!
So my behavior is a sign of my respect for and friendship with Flat Cauli (and the real deal, of course). Duh.
If you've been over to Cauli's blog lately, you can tell I'm a bit behind on my postings. I am happy to report that Flat Five and the other contents of the Special Delivery made it safely home to Mooresville Public Library. Pop on over and say "hi" if you have a minute!
Yesterday AAB Photographer captured my "concerned" look in a photo. She often gripes that she has about 4,000+ "bored" faces, 20-something "mad" faces, and a handful of "worried-about-thunderboomers" faces--but I'm not one to show concern very often.
Well, of course not. I'm Boss and I run a tight ship. I'm only concerned when AAB Becki has a day off and I have to rely on one of these staff ladies to get my supper and scoop my box.
But in this picture, I look a little worried.
What do you think I'm concerned about?
Happy Friday, everybody! I'll try to get some visits in over the weekend--wish me luck!