The Invisible Menacing Monster has called for reinforcements


Moonlight is concerned. She recently made a discovery in our yard. She found what she believes to be a parachute belonging to allies of the Invisible Menacing Monster.
This doesn’t bode well for the safety of this kitty’s territory. She now feels that it is her duty to prowl the grounds and the house to keep us safe from this threat. She has taken up her guard post near the door to prevent and further reinforcements from being deployed into our house.


The Invisible Menacing Monster is allergic to sewing.

I think the invisible menacing monster has allergies.
I’m not hearing things or maybe I am.

I was home alone and the cat was outside. I was working on sewing some reusable shopping bags that I make out of recycled jeans and things when I heard a sneeze from behind me. I turned and saw nothing. I wandered around looking for the source of the sound. None of the windows were open and I couldn’t see anyone outside.

I don’t know what else was it could have been besides the invisible menacing monster. So either it has a cold or is allergic to sewing. There were  threads that I cut off littering the floor. Maybe that is what was making it sneeze. If that is the case then that kind of creeps me out because that means he was sitting under the table next to my feet.

I really think the cat needs to exterminate the invisible menacing monster.


The Invisible Menacing Monster part II

So the cat has made me paranoid. Subconsciously I must be convinced that there is a multi-dimensional beastie running loose in my house because just yesterday as I was making my bed I heard a strange hiss sound: short and angry. I froze. It’s animal instinct.
At first I thought, “Oh no! I stepped on the cat!” But that was not the case. The cat was nowhere to be seen. My second thought was “What was under my bed?” This is where the paranoia comes in. See if the cat hadn’t planted in my brain that there was an invisible menace in my house I would have noticed that my skirt was brushing against a piece of paper that was sitting on my bed side table.
So no monster, just two inanimate objects innocently reacting to friction with a freaky hiss sound. Thank you, Moonlight for making me paranoid.