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Old 10-04-2012, 04:13 PM   #34594
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Lexie got an unintended new toy for World Animal Day.

One of the hallways in our house hasn't got any daylight coming in and most of the day a LED light is on because the switch is on the wrong side of the hallway. Yesterday we got some new products in to sell in our store, one of them was a light fixture with a build-in LED (can't be changed when broken) and a motion detector. To test it out (colour, durability, etc) he put it in place of the simple light fixture in the hallway.

Soon Lexie discovered a great new game: turning on the light. She turns it on by moving, then sits still for the couple of minutes the light burns and moves again when it goes off. She can keep this up for hours (we used to have a cat who played the same game with a computer screen; moving the mouse when the screen turned off).

It isn't too bad she discovered this game: the leaves in the trees have started to fall and falling leaves drive her crazy, in an OCD kind of way.
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