Thursday, January 15, 2015

Where did the flowers go?


As I always say to anyone who is helping me around my house, please let me know whenever you move anything around and this is precisely what happened a few months ago when my dear mom moved my flowers from one spot to another and forgot to let me know.

Mom is always so good at telling me whenever she moves something from one place to another but on this occasion she forgot to tell me and when I went looking for them I got my surprise.

On that day I was cleaning and polishing my furniture and when I did not find my flowers in the spot where I expected them to be, I began to think hard. I know that I did not move them so it had to be Mom. As I did not want to bug her I went looking for them myself and when I could not find them, then I had to ask.

Of course, my poor mom felt really bad but as I say, it's all in a day's work!

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