I need to cast a spell over my cat. Not Tippi the female but Bondi the man cat.
You see I have trouble sleeping as it is with my Fibro, but this handsome furball likes to add to my lack of shut eye every single night.
I believe last night is the worst.
If I was up every 30 mins telling him off, I would not be exaggerating at all.
As adorable as he is, and my god he is! He is also an ass of a cat. Around 10 pm he pesters me by knocking things in the living room as a strong hint to buggar off to bed. So usually I do as I’m tired by then.
The routine is we head to the bathroom, then bed. Bondi jumps on my bed for a 3 minute nuzzle and belly stroke then nestles on the floor alongside me.
Tippi whines and turns around approximately 4-5 times at the foot of my bed, then settles down on top of my duvet covering my feet.
I then eventually fall into slumber.
Just as I’m hitting that Rem part of sleep, the bastard jumps up onto me and starts talking. If I don’t answer. He tries to paw my lamp off the bedside table and if that doesn’t work he makes it to the dresser and literally hits everything moveable off to the floor.
I then spend this ridiculous game of jumping up and down shooing him. He then eventually settles.
And so it goes every single night. Photo of bastard cat below the credits.
So yes let me cast a spell. All credits to photo below. By the way the dress has a hud and the candlesticks are in various colours. The video again you ask? Because the dress is in it.
I’ve decided that’s what we bloggers are doing when we are doing.
In many ways I feel it’s become such a shame that is all many of us do now.
I remember when people would log in and just hang out but now we are either bloggers, vloggers or photographers.
Sims are not about people just hanging and chatting. It’s becoming more and more about time spent alone and even the appreciation of clothing and other virtual goods is no longer the same. It has evolved to something else.
The desire to “have” has intensified and the reason for the virtual world has shifted somewhat.
Don’t get me wrong I’m a well known antisocial person.
I have always been the same. The only difference is instead of making little lands I now blog.
I enjoy Second life for the solitude it gives me.
But not everyone logs in to be alone.
Many log in to find social contact or to escape into role play etc.
I think that’s why I have decided that I’ll set aside time to make sure I catch up with people more often.
When you work full time and have other responsibilities it’s a lot of a difficult task.
I just need to try harder. Not be anther pixel on a sim trying to look pretty.
If you see me. Say hi. Often my auto response is on but often that’s simply I forgot to turn it off.