Fenris Friday

 Mommy forgot to help us post yesterday.

 I am very annoyed with her.

 She is obsessed with decorating, she is suppose to be obsessed with ME.

 She needed an L curtain rod and couldn't find one in the size she needed so she decided to make one out of PVC pipe.

 I supervised the painting since she did it in the backyard.

 Actually I sort of supervised the entire project as I insisted on going down to Daddy's shop with her to help her look for the PVC pipe. We found a snake in the shop.

 Mommy will probably blog about the curtain rod on her blog. Although she is behind blogging about the kitchen remodel too.

She does post stuff on Facebook if you are interested. ~Fenris, reporting for ATCAD


Mark Muller said...

that is a super idea to use pvc pipes... they are super versatile ;O)

Millie and Walter said...

Your mom is super clever to make her own curtain rod. She is lucky to have you to snoopervise her. Did you catch the snake for her? You sure are looking handsome today Fenris.


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Fenris, you did a lot of great posing for us today. Nice to see you. We don't do FB, but we always come here to visit.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Loulou said...

Hey, forget everything and write about the SNAKE!!!!

imbrite2 said...

A snake! A pipe! Remodeling! What the heck is happening over there, F? What a busy, exciting house. You look pretty cool about the whole situation... When Mom ate outside at Applebee's today, a spider tried to sit in her chair with her. That was exciting for all the wrong reasons.

Love and licks,

Love and licks,

Alasandra, The Cats and Dogs said...

(blushing) thank you Millie. Mommy told me to leave the snake alone, she said it was a salt and pepper snake and it would eat rats and other rodents. Your, Fenris

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

Your Mom is quite clevfur to know how to make a made to order curtain rod!
Snake! Dalton would have had a hard time not trying to do away with it...he has gotten several in our yard:(
They are helpful at varmint control...and she isn't even scared of them at all. Go figure!