1/27/17

Feline Friday- Forgiveness



I have been trying to publish this post for hours. I've had computer issues all month, although it feels more like a year. I'm so behind on work that I'm afraid to check my e-mails. In any event, I'm grateful I'm back from computer space to a land of my understanding. Because now, I can participate in Feline Friday!

Feline Friday began with Steve from Burnt Food Dude and you know what's funny? When I went to his website to copy his link, this is what I read beneath his blog title,
 
"The best thing about computers is that they make very fast accurate mistakes."
 
Talk about perfect timing, I couldn't agree more..
 
Steve asked my dear friend Sandee of Comedy Plus to host Feline Friday for the next few weeks, so be sure to visit Comedy Plus to copy the Mister Linky code and read Sandee's post. 
All you have to do is post a picture, video, cartoon or drawing that is silly or cute and visit the other bloggers on the link list. It's really fun to see the variety of posts published by other participants. Here's my contribution:

 
                     
                  "Oh, no, I'm not falling for that again."   GIPHY    
 
I'm a dog lover who had never owned a cat before I rescued my beloved fourteen year old feline, Simon, who drives me crazy on a daily basis, but it has been worth it. Because friendship with a cat will teach you the true meaning of  forgiveness. When I saw this video I had to change the caption because it's typical cat behavior. I feel like I'm the dog in this video and I know other cat owners are likely to agree. 
 
 
Boy, there's a lot of space here, isn't there? Well, I think it's because this is where I was going to add the Misty Linky code, but this is the second time my computer refuses to cooperate. If Computers could talk I would hear a flat, "No."   
 
 
Steve is right,
 
"The best thing about computers is that they make very fast accurate mistakes."
 
And, they are unforgiveable.  
 
Thank you for visiting A Nice Place In The Sun, and putting up with my wordy Feline Friday post. I hope you got a kick out of the video.
 
Have a great evening!
 
 
 



 















  
 

4 comments:

Ann said...

Oh that is so cute. I've had both dogs and cats. It's been a long time since I've had a cat though. I would love to get another one.

Sandee said...

Awww, so cute and you're right about cats. They are far different than dogs, but they are awesome.

Have a purrfect Feline weekend. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

Ann Clemmons said...

For me it's the opposite. I cannot wait to get another dog. Although I really have enjoyed Simon's friendship. - But,let's keep that between us- Smiling-
I'm glad you liked the video and I appreciate your comment. Thanks for being so supportive of my blog. I owe you about a hundred visits. I will catch up soon. Have a great day , Ann

Ann Clemmons said...


Sandee, Doga and cats really are different in so many ways. They love differently and as we all know Cats can be very manipulative. I love this video, because I think the cat is actually trying to comport his dog friend on his leash, but in honor Feline Friday and because if you're friends with a cat, you learn many graces, forgiveness being one of the top ones, I decided to add a different caption.

I had trouble with Mr. Linky again, and I'm not sure why. I read that you couldn't get into my blog? I think I have to give you a new password, that is if you want it. :)

Thank you for all of your comments Sandee. I'm trying to keep ANPITS afloat, so it means a lot to me.

Have a fabulous evening.

I will send Simonhis "scritches." And "Big hug" back to you-

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