Sunday, January 24, 2010

Window Shoppin

I'm getting ready to start another one of my New Year Revolutions...helping dadddy with home improvement projects. If today is any inkling, it's going to be a looooong year!!

Mom and dad bought new windows for Christmas. Our windows are original to the house and like 40 years old, so they're not insulated or anything. Mom says the new windows will be more energy efficient meaning we'll have more money for noms and toys!!

Dad and his dad (grandpa) are going to install them. Step one was loosening up the old windows so Dad could open them so they can take them out on Wednesday. It started out good, I was there to supervise dad:

Then I walked away for one minute to go chase a kitty and then mom and I hear a crash and this is what we found:

Yeah, dad broke some glass in the window! I seriously can't leave these peoples alone for five seconds! I mean, I knew supervising was important, but now I know I can't let my eyes off them for a minute! (Notice my strict supervisor face in the photo)

Dad is okay and now we have a ghetto fabulous window fixed with some plastic and duck tape until grandpa helps dad replace the old windows with the new windows this week. Until then, I'm going to guard the new windows...daddy isnt' allowed near them without my strict supervision!!!

I'm really going to need my hard hat and tool belt on Wednesday!!!


  1. You're doing a good job guarding those windows! I hope the supervising goes well on Wednesday.

    More money for noms and toys is very, very important! I wonder if I should have Mom replace our windows, too. I could use some more toys...

  2. Thank goodness it's not as cold as it was earlier this month...
    Keep up the good work snooper-vising!
    Licks and sniffs,
    Zack, Sassy and Buddy

  3. Now that's a very supervisory looking face if I ever saw one!! Very strict!!! Keep up the good work Anna and get your tool box and hard hat ready. Love, Debbie and Hollydog

  4. Wooo - that sounds like some of the home "improvement" that our hu-dad does. Let's just say plans do not always work.

  5. Hi Anna,

    I hope you have no more windows broken. The new ones will look nice and keep the house warm/cool. Our mom wants to replace ours after the house gets new siding this spring.


  6. Good thing he broked the OLD winder, not the NOO winder! If'n he brakes the noo winders I think replacements mite has to come out of your toy and treat funds :(.

  7. Dad was lucky he didn't get cut by that glass. What would he do without you there to keep an eye on things, Anna? Good luck with the work on Wednesday.

    Woos, Phantom and Thunder

  8. How pawesome woo are there to keep your eyes on him -

    Have woo dedukthed it from his allowance?

    Keep up the grrrrreat job!

    Khyra & Khousin Merdie

  9. We hope that you stay close by to snooper-vise your dadda and grand-dadda. Tell them that sometimes it is a good thing to tape the window panes before they remove the window. It helps to reinforce the glass and to contain it if it happens to break☺

  10. Our humans just don't get it, they need OUR supervision..not the other way around!! BOL!!!

    lotsa licks,