“You’ve been avoiding me,” he said, his tail, thrashing back and forth.
“I haven’t,” she said. “I’ve just been so busy. You now what my yard looks like.”
“You need to get your priorities straight. What’s at the top of your Most Important Things to do in the Entire World, list? It should be me.”
“I don’t have a list.”
“Maybe that’s your problem.”
“Maybe, but I doubt it. It think my problem is that I’m only one person and I’m trying to do the work of three.”
“You time is valuable. Don’t waste it on work, you need to be here with us.”
“That’s a lovely thought, but then where will the for cat food come from?”
‘Maybe if you explain things to the people at the store, they’ll give it to you.”
“Just an idea,” he said, looking away.