Sunday, May 02, 2010

Failure

It will be readily apparent to all and sundry that I'm a complete and utter and total failure when it comes to using my 'you-beaut-whiz-bang' ergonomic computer chair

and what's more ... I'm almost prepared to bet that most of you looking at that photo didn't see me at all on first glance.
You were all looking at Mr Bear, weren't you ?
Yeah
I know
It's okay
My feelings aren't hurt or anything
He can't help being the centre of attention

10 comments:

Caprifool said...

No, the first thing I saw was the cat's on your back :-) Having a chair with built in dog cushion did look kinda handy though. Do they come in Bull Terrier size?

Beverooni said...

I agree with Caprifool 100%. The first thing I noticed was the cats on your back and then the doggie. What a great picture. Thanks for the smile.

Allison said...

You must have a lot of cat fans (I wonder why that is??) -- I was looking at that wonderful jacket with the cats too.

Michele said...

Well, I am in LOVE with Mr. Bear. Did his Mama have a passing acquaintance with a Corgi, do you think? And, no, I sure didn't see you............I had eyes only for the black and white cutie pie. Michele

Alwen said...

Looks up from skritching puppy ears Oh, sorry, what were you saying?

Rell said...

Well I did notice the cats on you back, but must admit my eyes were deterred to the gorgeous baby on your fridge.
My apologise to you both.

Ozjane said...

Mr Bear first
Cats on garment second.....

Lynne said...

Isn't that what the chairs were designed for? LOL

I did see you first but I was studying what it was that made you a failure!

Jan said...

When you push back from the computer, does Bear go along for the ride or does he fall off? Actually I noticed the cats first too.

chocolatetrudi said...

If I had one of those chairs maybe I wouldn't struggle to write over the cat on my lap!

Actually, those kneelie chairs turned out to be really bad for knees. No surprise, really. We were never designed to kneel all day! (I have a bad back, so I tend to pay attention to ergonomic info when I come across it.)