Although and I understand why he's struggling with an overwhelming sensation of claustrophobia in our apartment.
Luckily, the faulty fire alarm has not gone off while I've been here. That would make my ears flap like you wouldn't believe! The faulty fire alarm still needs to be checked out.
It all began when some workers had to fix our ceiling back then. It now turns out that the entire roof of the apartment building needs fixing. Thus, management has had the scaffolding left up. They didn't think it made any sense to bring it down only to have it put back up again. But after over five months...well...that's now bordering on totally ridiculous!
Then again, I'll get him to focus on all those pawsitive pawsibilities that are going to happen.
I'm sorry that Gary hasn't been commenting on blogs much lately. I'll take over commenting while he revels in the irony of what happened a few days ago. Hey, the latest farcical situation he finds himself him will make for one heck of a blog pawst. So, that's a pawsitive thing....
Planks a lot
Is what we got
Silly scaffold ruins the view
What can you do
You wait and wait
Aint that great
Maybe some day
It'll go away