If you're wondering where I've been these past few days I have only one word for you - hiding. I hate to say this much less think it but I've made an enemy in my new home. I know what you're thinking - how could I, Tiffy Tippy Toes, have any enemies? I think once I tell you who the enemy is you'll understand where I'm coming from. And of course since the enemy was here first, he's here to stay. Ugh!
I met the enemy a couple of weeks ago but then he left for what I thought was for good. He was so evil that I thought there's no way Momma would let him stay in the house now that I was here. Surely she would toss him to the curb because of me, right? Wrong!
If it weren't for this mess in the dining room, which I did not cause, the enemy would have remained hidden. This mess is a result of the dining room window being open last weekend. All the dead leaves from the bushes blew into the room and viola, the enemy was called into action. I pleaded with Momma to leave the mess alone. No one will notice, I told her. Her answer? The mess has been here for several days and it's making her crazy. What? It's not making me crazy and surely it's not making Daddy crazy. Maybe Momma is just crazy!
The enemy thinks he's very clever. He's stealthy, I'll give him that, but he's way too loud. With his whirring motor and his super efficient suction I was liable to get sucked right into his container. I just got here, enemy! These people need me! Go away because it's Tiffy time!
As soon as the enemy was called into duty I hit the road. Daddy's office seemed like a good place to hide if only I could figure out how to close the door. No way was I staying around while the enemy tortured me. I tried to reason with him but how can you reason with a machine that is out to get you? Good luck with that one, friends!
I begged and pleaded with Momma to put him away. I told her I was so scared that I might accidentally pee right on Daddy's sofa. All of this fell on deaf ears as the enemy's motor drowned out my cries for help.
So here I sit, with my little tippy toes ready to run as soon as the coast is clear. I'm still hiding because I don't know if the coast is clear yet. The enemy may still be lurking around the corner. I need your help, friends. Will you please let me know when it's safe to come out from hiding?