“Maggie,” I said, “you’ve got to move. I’m doing my stretches.”
I’m trying to ready for my upcoming trip to Croatia and Bosnia so I went for a walk-run this morning.
When I sat on the floor to stretch, though, Maggie plopped herself right in the middle.
Look at that face. I think she was peeved that I didn’t take her with me, but walking with Maggie means stopping at every woodchuck hole along the way, and I wanted to push myself a little.
I finally shoved her away and stretched, reaching toward my left toes, and feeling every bit of tightness that comes from not stretching regularly.
As I shifted around, folding my left leg and stretching out my right, Maggie quickly got up and plopped herself in the middle of things again.
Then she feigned hearing loss when I tried to encourage her to move.
This getting buff thing is going to be harder than I thought.
4 thoughts on “Maggie in the Way”
Such a sweetie.
Aww, Maggie is acting like a cat! One of our local shelters holds a popular “yoga with cats” class and she’d fit right in.
Yoga with cats! Ha! What a great idea.
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