Monday, May 14, 2018

The Art Critic / El Críticio Del Arte

MONDAY'S EXCITEMENT: I had breakfast. I took a shower. I went out for tea. I took a nap. I had lunch. I took a nap. I peed. I took a nap. I looked at the beautiful flowers and I received a get well painting from my pal Luke with a poem from my pal Luke's mother, Kathleen. Dudo apparently doesn't like orange felt bunnies. Everyone's a critic!

LA EMOCIÓN DEL lunes: Desayuné. Me duché. Salí a tomar el té. Tuvé una siesta. Almorcé. Tuvé una siesta. Hice pis. Tuvé una siesta. Miré las hermosas flores y recibí una pintura de mi compadre Luke con un poema de mi amiga Kathleen, la madre de mi compadre Luke. Parece que a Dudo no le gustan los conejitos de fieltro naranja. ¡Todos son críticos!




22 comments:

  1. All so lovely! The orange bunny art piece is sweet as heck :) Dudo's interest is fun to see. Those amaryllis blossoms are still FABULOUS.
    And...
    I'm glad you peed.
    Judy

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    1. Judy:
      Dudo is usually much more interested. After quick inspection, he backed away from the art. I think Kathleen is right; he may have smelled "toddler." Amaryllis continue to be fabulous and I continue to pee.

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  2. ah, an exciting day in the life of a retired person at the beach. oy gevalt, I should live so long! :)

    sweet dudo!

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    1. anne marie:
      Oh, retired days at the beach are usually a hell of lot more fun than this.

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  3. Wow, it tool a long time for you to have to pee! I would've been in the bathroom right after each activity! With your eye challenges lately, I hope you made it into the toilet bowl neatly. Sitting is best for that kind of thing :) You have special friends and that flower thingy is gorgeous.

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    1. Deedle:
      I didn't do a very good job of summing up my day. It probably should read: Peed. Breakfast. Pooped. Showered. Tea. Peed. Napped. Peed. Lunch. Peed. Napped. Peed. Napped... Etc.

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  4. Probably because it smells like a toddler and that spells trouble! Right here in Fuengirola! With a capital F!

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    1. KMoff:
      Ja! I wonder if that's it. He DID sniff!

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  5. Next visit get Luke to sign that masterpiece.....you never know.
    Aren't cats SO curious? What cute photos.
    Good to hear you are obeying doctor's/SG's orders!!

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    1. Jim:
      Good idea! Dudo is normally much more curious. Something about the art turned him off. I think Kathleen was right that it had the scent of toddler!

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  6. Such bright colors on the art and the flowers - all the easier to see while vision-impaired. They will look even better as you regain your sight. Dudo just doesn't want the competition for your attention.

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    1. Wilma:
      The flowers continue their show. Spectacular. And you're very right about Dudo. He does get jealous.

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  7. I think cats hate almost everything

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  8. Dudo's just jealous that Luke didn't make HIM a gorgeous work of art too!

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    1. Debra:
      That must be it. Although, Dudo would normally just commandeer mine!

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    1. Spo:
      Nothing exciting. The only caffeine free they've got is chamomile (manzanilla in Spanish).

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  10. Alert as ever, you can rely on D (& M) to keep the world to rights!

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    1. Ray:
      Dudo doesn't miss anything but I think he's a bit like you. He smelled toddler on the artwork and would have nothing more to do with it.

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  11. Maybe he is thinking, dip my tail in the paint, and I could do that!

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    1. Travel:
      Oh, to give Dudo "paw paints."

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