Sunday, August 16, 2020

Did I Do That? #SundaySelfies

Meows from Mudpie!

Who remembers the '80s sitcom Family Matters starring Steve Urkel who was constantly getting into trouble and saying, "Did I do that?" That's kind of what I look like I'm saying in my selfie today, and for good reason. 

(In the bathroom window, at the scene of the crime.)

You'll have already heard this story if you're friends with Mommy on Facebook, but for those who don't know...on Wednesday night she was getting ready for bed and had put her glasses on the toilet seat, as she always does. I came bounding in to get in the window, landed on them just right, and snapped the bridge right in half. At midnight she was scotch taping them back together so she could still function.

For the record, she was NOT angry with me. She's had these glasses for years and years and they were on borrowed time anyways, I was just the final straw. Yesterday she had an eye exam and chose new tortoiseshell frames, which she's really excited about. She even told the doctor that looking more like me can only be an improvement...ain't that the truth!

Unfortunately it's going to be a week to 10 days before Mommy's new glasses come in, so until then she's going to be looking super stylish with taped up glasses! MOL

We're joining our friends at The Cat On My Head for the Sunday Selfies blog hop!

18 comments:

M Dawson said...

Mom has new glasses coming. EPIC NEWS! (We hate being blind as a bat!!)

Have a good week sweetheart!!!

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

I love that your human is getting tortoiseshell frames!

Peaches and Paprika said...

I love this story. At east you could paste them together! I bet Mudpie fees bad about it. Or does she?

Patricia T said...

If not for you, Mommy wouldn’t be getting new tortoiseshell frames, Mudpie. Twins! :)

Katie Isabella said...

I love Patricia T's comment. Twins indeed! Mom said she has had to tape her's together several times as well through the years. Your mom is like mine it seems. She knows how it could have been prevented and so doesn't get mad.

The Island Cats said...

Mudpie, we know it's not your fault. Your mommy needed new frames, right??

The Swiss Cats said...

Your mom needed new glasses for a long time, you just helped her to change them, Mudpie ! Purrs

Brian said...

New glasses are a good thing and your face looks so sweet Mudpie!

The Florida Furkids said...

Your Mom just needed your help to get her to go for new glasses. Good job!

The Florida Furkids

meowmeowmans said...

Mudpie, we remember that show. MOL. Good job helping encourage your mom to get new glasses. :) And tortoiseshell! Woohoo!

Timmy Tomcat said...

Urk its Urkel MOL. Well we are glad you did not break a new pair or something special Mudpie. Dad says we have nothing breakable left in the house MOL

pilch92 said...

I immediately thought of Urkle when I saw the title :) Good job Miss MUdpie, sometimes humans need a little push to get new things.

Eastside Cats said...

Mudpie, I read this story on FB, and realized that I too need to get to the eye doctor for an updated script. Since it's the weekend, I added a reminder to my office calendar, to call on Monday! Think I need a pair of computer glasses.

Mickey's Musings said...

You just being you was a good thing for your mum.
Tortie glasses sound purrfect ;)
Purrs,Julie

speedyrabbit said...

Ah well little mishaps happen and I better you mum will look super in her new glasses when they arrive,xx Speedy

Rene said...

Accidents happen. I wanted to suggest you buy a back up pair online at Zenni Optical. I've bought my glasses here for a number of years and they are MUCH cheaper than a store. They have oodles of choices too. (Not affiliated, just a satisfied customer).

The Menagerie Mom said...

Oh my goodness, your comment on Family Matters and Steve Urkel really took me back to my childhood. I loved that show. That being said, I think Mudpie works in mysterious yet wonderful ways. She just wanted her mommy's glasses to match her, and so she did what she had to do to achieve that!

Three Chatty Cats said...

That definitely sounds like a Steve Urkel type thing to do!