Friday, February 28, 2014

28 Days of Writing - And then my head exploded

In the beginning, I was so innocent.  Then she said it is ONLY 28 days of writing.  It will be over before you know it.  It was like the Olympics, only without all the repetitive commercials or Bob's eye infection, or blabbering figure skating commentary....or Johnny Weir wearing Tara Lipinski's underwear.  They just kept going.  I was sad during the closing ceremony, though.   I loved that bear, that bunny, and that giant KITTY!  I was glad the kitty didn't try to chase the bunny.  Mine would have.

What was I saying?  Oh yeah.   Those cheesy folks were LIARS. It was 28 days of labor. Thank goodness I wasn't delivering a baby. On the other hand, it was 28 days of fun and laughter.   I enjoyed reading everyone's posts and those that wrote stories deserve all the gold in Canada.....or was that California?

Anyway, it had to be aliens that allowed me to post for 28 consecutive days. 

And then my head exploded and Cat ate my brains.

Sigh.

We were fooled in more ways than one.

Cat is a Zombie.



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Some of the others may be Zombies today, too.  Enjoy the brainz.

Thanks to the Cheesy folks for hosting this challenge!

Photo borrowed from this site.

16 comments:

Linda Medrano said...

Nuts! Reffie, get a new cat. This one looks like trouble especially if you have some brains floating around the place. Go gather the brains and put them in a tupperware tub for later sticking back in your head. Meanwhile, re-think the cat!

meleah rebeccah said...

Woooot!!! kudos and congrats on completing the writing challenge!

Linda said...

This was a wonderful finale for this labor for the love of writing. Do keep an eye on your kitty, though.

Katherine said...

I love the cat zombie!!!! I think we all did so good! It was HARD!!!

nonamedufus said...

Well, we took home the Olympic gold but I'm glad you had something to remember too: Johnny Weir wearing Tara Lipinski's underwear.

Great 28 days, Reffie. See you next time…if not before.

Ziva said...

Ohh! I want a zombie cat!

MikeWJ said...

I wish Tara Lipinski had worn Tara Lipinski's underwear.

Congratulations on completing the challenge. I'm sorry you weren't mentally healthy enough to know better.

Margaret Andrews said...

Oh I tried, but I don't think I even made it half the time during this challenge. Still, it was fun when I was able to play.

MichelleH said...

Another goal completed (as always!) and something else for cat to get himself in trouble. Good job...both of you!

Nicky said...

You did good, Reffie. And do you think I could borrow Zombie Cat for a little while? No reason in particular...

ReformingGeek said...

@Linda M. - But kitty is sweet sometimes!

@meleah - Thanks!

@Linda - Thanks. The kitty seems to be acting normal right know. Sigh.

@Katherine - Thanks. Yes, we all did great!

@noname - I'm sue Canada cheated. Johnny Weir is hard to forget!

@Ziva - No you don't. Really.

@MikeWJ - Thanks. I think insanity runs in the family. At least we wear underwear.

@Margaret - Yes, it was fun!

@MichelleH - Thanks!

@Nicky - Thanks. Um, well, um....

Cheryl said...

Absolutely loved this one and that cat image is disturbingly familiar.

Paula Wooters said...

I keep telling everyone cats are evil! They'll eat you the first chance they get. But seriously, thanks for coming along on the ride with me, Reffie! I couldn't have made it without you!

Rob-bear said...

Sorry to learn about the loss of your brains. Maybe the cat can be smart enough for both of you. Yes, I know that's a long stretch. And I'll bet Evil Twin led the cat right to your brains when your head exploded. Yeah, life is rough at your place.

Blessings and Bear hugs. Greetings from Shadow and Salsa.

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I Wonder Wye said...

I keep wanting to do this -- but life gets in the way…..congrats to you -- scary cat…..


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