Tuesday, February 23, 2010

How to cure Writers Block

Above is one more picture of the cause of my writers block.  I asked Mini to move so that I could type my blog, you can see her answer!

The question is, how do I cure my writers block?   I have developed a few ways to cure it.   First, I can go into the kitchen and bark like a can opener.   That usually works, especially around meal time.  If my writers block is especially stubborn, then I bring in the heavy guns.  I hide behind the chair and I make a very faint squeak like a mouse.   If I still can't get to the computer, I can lie down behind the couch with just the tip of my tail hanging out.   Then if I stay very still and just twitch the end of my tail, Mini will usually pounce on it.   We can wait till the resident bi-ped sits down and makes a lap, then we go to get a head scratch, Mini will normally try to get her share of any attention. 

If you have your own way to cure your writers block, or suggestions as to how I can cure my writers block, leave a comment.

Mogley G. Retriever


  1. Hey Mogley,
    Simply send Mini to visit Khyra. Khyra loves to play with kitties. Around here we usually have Radar start nosing the cat that's around the PC; that cat is usually Boru.
    - TBH&K

  2. For me, usually forming the word "Mom!" works. Can you bark it?

  3. We think the best cure for writers' block is Spring!!! We all need it!
    Licks and sniffs,
    Zack, Sassy and Buddy

  4. Mogley;
    We think you should record your faint squeak like a mouse and play it all over the house. Mini will probably so confused and excited that she won't stay sitting in one place very long.

    Hamish & Sophie

  5. Ha!

    Those BH&K KNOW how to khure that 'problem'

    I ofFUR my services!


  6. I think a few new toys and a few pups always seems to help our writers' block!

    Good luck!

    *kissey face*

  7. A cold wet golden retriever nose poked artfully into the side or stomach of Writer's Block usually works at our house. :-)

    Riley, River and Sunny