Tyebe Tuesday on

We are joining Happy Tuesday at Comedy Plus for Tyebe Tuesday.  Go visit Sandee and click on some very interesting blogs.   

                                                          

What are you two watching?                                                                   

Oh, the kids are back.

You see that little girl, Shoko and Budd.  She’s racing around like her hairs on fire.  MOL….what a character.  She sure is enjoying recess.

Mom was saying that Canadian schools no longer teach the art of writing.  She was quite upset.  Instead of writing one’s name, they will just print their name.  So much for the sayings about signatures…..”Put your John Hancock here.” Writing is individual to people and the traits writing discloses are an art.  Budd and Tyebe look at each other with a puzzled expression.  Printing can be analyzed too, Shoko.  What’s writing?  We don’t do either so why should we care?  You should care because its something you won’t ever see folks doing once the old-timers,like mom and dad are gone.  We don’t care Shoko….we won’t be here either and neither will you.  It will be history and peeps will read about it just like drawings from cavemen.  I dont think mom would like you comparing her to a caveman.  Kitten Kustard! you can’t tell these yung uns anything.                                                                         

Budd, look at those kids move.                                                         

I’m getting sleepy Budd.  The condo beside mom’s desk is calling me for a relaxing nap.

 

It’s Meezer Proverbs time with Shoko. So put your thinking caps on.

” A Meezer that works on her beauty all day will never be hungry.”

MOM…..MAROON
SHOKO…BLACK
TYEBE…ROYAL BLUE
BUDD….GIVING GREEN

45 thoughts on “Tyebe Tuesday on

    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      hehe..It makes sense…if a kit fluffs her fur, washes, bats those eyelasjes and manicures those nails while turning on her purring machine, no one could resist her and she would never want fr food.

      Shoko

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  1. Zoolatry

    Living with my 9 yr old grandboy (and loving it) I, too, have stressed over “no handwriting” … there is no beauty, no personal touch in just printing! Another loss. Agreeing with all you say.
    It is sad to see it fall to the wayside, is an art form …

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  2. onespoiledcat

    Great photos today gang ! Fun to watch kids play isn’t it. Sorry to hear that schools aren’t going to be teaching writing/cursive any more…..that’s a shame. Things sure have changed since my Mom was in school but then that was back when dinosaurs roamed the earth! HAHAHA

    Hugs, Teddy

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  3. mommakatandherbearcat

    Kids can be so fun to watch … but also so tiring to watch! I agree about learning cursive. I couldn’t wait to learn it – so in 1st grade I spent my entire winter break learning how to write cursive because I didn’t want to wait until 2nd grade when they taught it. Letter writing is so uncommon these days. So many people text or e-mail. I think a lot is lost because of that.

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  4. The J-Cats

    They don’t teach spelling either – thanks to Twitter, Instagram and other social media. Sad.
    At least, that’s what Mummy says. We wouldn’t know. Cats don’t have to go to school (mol).
    PS. We love your photos.

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Did you guys not go to school…so youse are illiterate? I went to Rodent University here in the north. Iearned many things, mostly about mice though. We never learned writing either. Guess we’re illiterate too.

      Shoko

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  5. Timmy Tomcat

    The changes they are making today will have dire consequences in the years to come that many shortsighted will rue but have no recourse for. The dumbing of the world has been in full swing for too long and is sad.
    Love your photos my friends and Shoko a beautiful meezer will always be invited to a fine meal at our table

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      Oh my!! Thank you so much, Timmy and Einey’s dad. What are you having? mol

      The dumbing of schools has been happening for a long time. When they started having field races with no winners….the schools shot down in my estimation. In the real world, there are winners and losers. If you work hard…you will slowly become a winner but if there is no reason to work hard….where is the incentive,

      Shoo and Jean

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      You should care Xena….what’s next getting rid f dog toys cause they may be too complicated! No treats cause there may be something in them that gets pets excited. Where will it stop Xena and Lucy? I’m sure Lucy understands the prettier you make yourself, the more peeps will think you’re the :cat’s meow” and give you treats.

      Shoko

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  6. samanthamurdochblog

    Ridiculous really…I can see why in a way…not enough school time to teach handwriting, printing makes anything easy to read, but I feel it’s integral to the art of communication, the individuality of the way in which you yield a pen! 😺xxx

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  7. Meezer'sMews&TerrieristicalWoofs

    Maybe at least they should try to teach a class for that as an extra curricular activity. Petcretary uses much cursive…both written and spoken…(oops, we were not supposed to say that…), It bothers her when some of her co workers cannot read it, and it truly is much better than some doctors’ penmanship….that she had to decipher back in the day.

    They were still teaching that when our unfurbros went to school, but well, they did not go to a public school, and the challenges to the students were good for both brains and bodies. They need to teach critical thinking too. So many jobs require that…and so many young peeps are not having any to use, let alone common sense. Then once in a while you meet one, Hooray! Sometimes they come from families that do home schooling, which is popular around here, for many reasons.

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    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      I can’t see a student going in after school to learn to write. I wouldn’t have….too many fun things to do. I would now but I’m rather a bit older and my priorities are different. Common sense is not so common these days.

      Jean

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  8. BellaDharma'ss LadyMew

    Mee-yow wow you get to watch Hu’man kidletss runnin ’round?!?! Furry kewl…sumtiness they are a bit noisy tho’….
    LadyMew meowed to mee that shee thinksa it iss furry bad kidletss do not know how to print an rite properlee. Shee writes ainn her Daily Planner an inn her Dairy efurry day. Shee saysa as much as shee lovess beein on Pee C shee still lovess ritin a poe-em with on paypurr usin a pen….
    THE timess they are a-changing….a bit too fast fore us!
    ***purrsss*** BellaDharma

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  9. Valentine

    Mom is disappointed, too, to hear that they are not teaching “cursive” (whatever that is) in schools. She says when she was little, kids learned how to write using thick pencils. I purrsonally think that they should teach kids how to handle, and care for anipals, so that more humans grow up to understand the needs of pussycats.

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  10. The Swiss Cats

    We don’t think that stopping learning is a good thing, and the future will tell us if we’re right. Very wise words, Shoko ! Purrs

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  11. 15andmeowing

    Nice to see you cuties. Most schools don’t teach handwriting in the US now either. I wonder how anyone will sign their name on anything. XO

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