So Mom decided to shred some stuff…
You may remember from our post “Social Distancing With Foster and Panda” that one thing Mom has been doing while staying home is shredding stuff. With all this extra time on her hands, she decided it was the perfect time to organize. Or “declutter”, if you will.I guess you also know, if you’ve read “Mainly Concerning Books”, she has always been into family history. So not all the old papers she’s got around here get shredded. (Unless I get carried away playing with her piles of beloved letters, in which case she has to quickly move them “out of reach of children and pets”…)But back to shredding. By far the best thing about when humans shred stuff is that there are always so many boxes!The other good thing is that shredding makes and incredible mess everywhere! Those little pieces of shredded paper are fun to play with, and I can only imagine they would be fun to roll around in, were one allowed to do so.
You can play “Zoo” and pretend you are scaring people by reaching out of your cage!Speaking of scaring people, I might mention here that I’m not the least bit afraid of the shredders.
I am also not afraid of looking to make sure Mom doesn’t shred anything she shouldn’t.
Not these, Mom. This stuff looks pretty important.
Most of the spaces created by Mom organizing and shredding papers…
…are just my size.Others, not so much.
Sometimes I like to play “Find the hidden cat”.
And sometimes I just supervise from afar.
I do, however, have one question.How is Mom getting anything done when she’s spending so much time taking pictures of me?