Tag Archives: Sammy
I Keep Trying
Sammy and Daddy race up the stair,
Having only two legs, Daddy thinks it unfair.
That Sammy always wins, so to his despair,
Dad only gets to sit on the edge of the chair.
It is Confusing
It was snowing all this morning,
Making us chilly, little kittens.
This afternoon it is over fifty,
So Sammy put away her mittens.
To say that Sammy is mad at me,
For you is a pretty safe bet.
It was time for her yearly rabies shot,
So I had to take her to the vet.
Spring, No Winter
Wish I had stayed in bed today,
That I didn’t ’tis more the pity.
It was toasty, dry, warm, comfy,
And included a furry, purry kitty!
March in the Midwest
They promised us six to ten inches of snow,
And wind chills reading well below.
With shovel in hand, couldn’t be prepared better,
It’s fifty degrees, don’t even need a sweater!
Spring is Sprung!
Winter is over,
Weather feels like heaven!
Why wear a jacket,
When it’s already 47?
Sammy does not want a job,
In HR or Accountin’.
She’d rather be the Kitty Queen,
Asleep on Laundry Mountain.
Rousted from my troubled slumber,
By a low, deep rumbling sound.
Suddenly four paws landed upon my chest,
Sammy had cleared my bed in a single bound.
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