Monday, April 25, 2011

U is for Utterly Understandable

Note: I'm throwing my hat into the A-Z Blogging challenge sponsored by Tossing it out! 
What you will be reading via the letters A-Z will give you a glimpse into my world and what I do when I'm not here blogging.


The day started, like most, with wee dog needing to commune with Mother Nature whereby wee dog could leave a little token of appreciation for the Master of its Universe.

The very exclusive and highly sought after European coffee machine had been turned on and was heating up as Master was tending to wee dog’s morning ritual.

Master’s means of communicating, with the entire galaxy, had also been activated en route to wee dog’s communion with Mother Nature.

With morning communion now complete and wee dog comfortably curled up, Master, with a perfectly brewed coffee in hand, could now officially start the day.

There were many, some even insurmountable, tasks to be performed by Master to ready the dominion for the arrival of the ‘blessing’ of Master’s Universe - Mini Master.

Mini Master’s arrival was of such importance that all other activities must be suspended and delayed so as to allow time for Master to be completely organized for this truly rare and special occurrence.

There was one concern.

Would Followers of Master’s galactic communication understand that today’s message was shorter then usual due to utterly unintentional universal undulations, caused by the unexpected and ultimately unplanned arrival of Mini Master.

Master was sure it would be utterly understandable!

When you are confronted with the unexpected what do you do? 

Until V...


  1. Oilfield
    I'm expecting Miss CP, my daughter, for dinner - a belated Easter visit!

    This A-Z Challenge is gruelling and hard work but the letter "U" was fun given what I did with it! (Short works!)

    Glad "U" liked!

    Cheers, Jenny (and look at you...first again! Hugs at you!)

  2. Wow, you did really well with the letter U!! I loved the sentence .... utterly unintentional universal undulations .... unexpected and ultimately unplanned!! I guess I'm not too brilliant when presented with the unexpected!!

  3. If you're like me you just deal with it when it happens! As least you got a visit. My son won't speak to me and hasn't since May of 2010. It reall makes me sad.

  4. Thisisme - I'm glad "U" liked this post!

    When I started this Challenge I dreaded the latter part of the alphabet for fear these letters (U,V,W,X,Y and Z) would cause me grief.

    I'm happy to say, I going to just have some crazy fun with them and see what happens.

    I find smiling works just fine - so does laughing - when I'm faced with the unexpected. But if that doesn't work I find running is the next best thing.

    Cheers, Jenny

  5. Barb -'s hard when kids shut us out - I've been lucky to weather the very mild storms of parenthood, but one never really knows when the big one will hit.

    As I said, in my comments for my "T" post - we really don't have as much influence as we think. Sometimes we just have to leave it to the Universe to figure it out.

    In the meantime...just feel the blog love coming your way. You are a very special lady, please don't forget that.

    Happy Thoughts,

  6. I'm thinking the token of appreciation wasn't an Easter Egg...?

  7. Al - I wished I could add audio - you need to hear me when I read your comments - I crack up! (more like Humpty Dumpty falling off that wall)

    I'd have been thrilled if 'wee dog' left an Easter Egg!
    But we all know that I'd really be out to 'galactic lunch' if such a thing happened on my shift as the Master of 'wee dog's' Universe.

    Thanks for dropping by Al - you are the icing on my stale cake!
    Cheers, Jenny

  8. I just do what I have to do when things come up.

  9. Ruth - that works too!
    Face it and deal with it - might make a good motto, eh!

    Thanks for dropping by!
    Cheers, Jenny

  10. HAHA to the max!

    Mini Master (I think this is me yes?) is most excited to meet with Master this afternoon at Master's castle of all things awesome!

    Say "Hi!" to wee dog for me!

  11. Hey Sweetie Pie -'re my Mini Me, oops, I mean Mini Master!

    The wee dog is stretched out on "her" chair and dreaming of all things fluffy! (probably fluffy things she can chase no doubt)

    Can't wait till later!
    Hugs and love, Moo-tastic!

  12. undoubtly the most unique post yet and yes i understood it which is unbelievable :)

  13. Becca - I'm glad you got it!
    I thought it would be fun to shake things up a bit since we are now getting into some tough letters now!

    Have a great day!
    Cheers, Jenny

  14. he he ... again a hilarious post, especially the very first paragraph :)
    What do I do in front of the unexpected? Well, I usually am THE unexpected factor :)

    And LOL to Becca's comment above :)

  15. Loved, loved, loved this! A fun read, for sure!

    There's something about your little avatar that just makes me smile.

    I have no doubt that you are THE unexpected factor! I can see it in your fantastic blogspot - an unexpected delight, full of great insight!

    Thank you for dropping by and adding a comment!
    I'm glad you found it fun to read - it's getting tougher as we get to the end of the alphabet!

    Cheers and Happy Thoughts to both of you,

  17. When confronted with the unexpected, I tend to follow the policy of "blame it on the dog," which is quite fitting here.

  18. A Beer for the Shower - Yes...dogs do come in handy, don't they?
    I'm glad to have you drop by and leave a comment.

    Much appreciated!
    Cheers, Jenny


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