I am a small company.
Actually I am a single woman company.
But there are staffs too.
Little critters try to help me through the day.
Our ideas how to do a job and when to do a job differ – alot.
They are watching me, they are supervising me, they care for quality in the company.
Sure, a tired Helen is a nasty Helen and an unproductive Helen.
So they sometimes tell me when to stop, to recharge and get new energy for the job.
This month I am going to introduce
Billy is an 8 year old cat boy.
I met him when he was 5 hours old.
He was born in the house of my neighbor, that’s why I met him at such a young age.
He is a somehow shy and sensitive boy.
Singing next to him – no chance, he is scared.
He rather would run to the basement and hide himself than standing this sound.
Unfortunately there is no basement so he kindly accepted a box for this purpose.
It’s the loudness he is afraid. Singing, sneezing, loud music … to much for the little one.
Shy yes, but he knows his own worth.
He is the boss, tender but strict.
There is another one in the game – the blond guy (introduction soonish), he had to learn that he is #2 and Billy is #1.
Billy would gladly clean the house from mice.
We don’t have any.
So he showed me the other day HOW well he would do that job by demonstrating with a toy mouse.