If I Had a Hammock / Si Tuviera una Hamaca

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YOU MAY HAVE noticed my blog has been a bit of a mess in recent days. I had a problem with WordPress. They worked on it. (They drove me a little crazy, although they were always pleasant, professional, and responsive.) They resolved it. No need to bore you with the details. I’m simply happy to be back.

We’ve been shopping for some new furniture. Pictures and info to come soon. Meanwhile, Dudo and Moose are happy about some of the changes (San Geraldo and I are sleeping together again!!!) but not so thrilled about others (their daybed has been removed from San Geraldo’s office). Anyway, the cats still have two hammocks. They spend a lot of time in one or the other (especially Dudo) and anywhere else that’s convenient.

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ES POSIBLE QUE hayas notado que mi blog ha sido un poco complicado en los últimos días. Tuve un problema con WordPress. Ellos trabajaron en eso. (Me volvieron un poco loco, aunque siempre fueron agradables, profesionales y receptivos). Lo resolvieron. No hay necesidad de aburrirte con los detalles. Simplemente estoy feliz de estar de vuelta.

Hemos estado comprando algunos muebles nuevos. Fotos e información próximamente. Mientras tanto, Dudo y Moose están contentos con algunos de los cambios (¡San Geraldo y yo estamos durmiendo juntos otra vez!), pero no tan entusiasmados con los demás (su cama de día ha sido retirada de la oficina de San Geraldo). De todos modos, los gatos todavía tienen dos hamacas. Pasan mucho tiempo en uno u otro (especialmente Dudo) y en cualquier otro lugar que sea conveniente.

If I had a loft.
Si tuviera un loft.
If I had a box.
Si tuviera una caja.
Dudo, zoned out…
Dudo, en otra zona….
… And suddenly alert. How strange.
… Y de repente alerta. Que extraño.
Thanks for the heads up, Dudo.
¡Gracias por el aviso, Dudo!
And finally, both cats. Dudo has a hammock.
Y finalmente, ambos gatos. Dudo tiene una hamaca.

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En inglés, un martillo es “hammer.” La canción es “If I Had a Hammer” (Si Tuviera un Martillo). Entonces (en mi cabeza), “Si tuviera una hamaca” tiene sentido para mí.

Author: Moving with Mitchell

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18 thoughts on “If I Had a Hammock / Si Tuviera una Hamaca”

  1. I find that in my blog roll (which I call “Surf City”) I have to click on Moving with Mitchell instead of the exact title of the post to get me to your most recent offering. No big deal me doing that, but it did puzzle me, and so thank you for the explanation.

    1. I stress Maddi,
      I love coming home and getting sniffed after petting a neighbor’s dog. If looks could kill.

    1. Jim,
      The bug was way across the room, on the wall, and just barely within my reach. Dudo simply pointed it out.

  2. That’s a pretty spiffy kitty kondo. I may have already said that when you first posted about it. I just dismantled Bert’s. It was very unstable and he only used it for the scratching post. So that stayed, but the rest is gone (into the junk staging area known as the garage).

    1. Walt the Fourth,
      Yeah, they’re lives are luxe! Our first one regularly tipped over. Second one was much more stable and we bought the same f R the terrace. This one is a wonder.

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