Here it is 14 years after you graced mom’s doorstep. Mom told me you had trouble getting up over the doorstep and fell inside. That sounds like you Kali. MOL You were a cute little gaffer, sis.
Kali spent the morning over at Buddy’s place, Tomcat Commentary by Tim. They had a celebration for Kali on her 14th Gotcha Day. I hear everything is still going strong. We plan to go back there after this little get together for Kali.
Kali is cleaning up to see Buddy. She’s concentrating on her toes. Ya, Kali like Buddy’s going to be looking at your toesies. MOL
I have to wish you Happy Gotcha Day Kali. You are the bestest of sisters. You put up with me and that’s no easy task. I’ve heard I can be stubborn and pig headed….sorry my pig friends. Kali rolls her eyes and puts her nose to Shoko’s in a nose kiss.
Oh Buddy, you came to our intimate get together….come on in my sweet Blue Boy.
Mol…Buddy, you’re so funny!C’mon my Kali, let’s cuddlez.
Mom brought in some goodies she discovered in The Pied Piper Bakery and Deli
Zowee, Kali!! These guys are bubblelicious! Have a great day my friends….see ya later. MOL
Morning Kali. *Yawn* Super nap. It’s wonderful up here. Is there anything nicer than a pile of clothes to snuggle into and keep warm? Ya, but Shoks, the clothes haven’t been washed yet….they’re dirty. You know mom and dirty…nothing’s ever very dirty around here….not even you or me. So what’s got you up and into the laundry room Kali….you never come in here? I heard mom talking to dad about a pet stroller. I never heard of a pet stroller….is there such a thing? Do they put pets in the stroller instead of kids? I would like to see the terrier down the street in a stroller…MOL MOL MOL It’d be hilarious! No Shoks, the stroller will be for us!
What? For us? No way is anybody getting me in NO dang stroller!! I ain’t nobody’s baby….geesh!
This sucks! I don’t think so Shoks. I’d love a ride in a stroller…my feet and hips wouldn’t hurt . What? You mean you don’t care if Cow Kitty calls you a wimp? You know how embarrassed you were when he called you a mean white furball to his friends. That was just rude Shoko….typical of a growing dudecat that can’t get a rise out of me any other way.
Mom…oh mom I heard from Kali that you’re planning on getting a pet stroller for us…..is this true? Whatdaya mean by aha? I’m no baby and don’t want to be pushed all over the neighbourhood with my friends giggling behind my back.
Let’s forget the whole idea mom…ok? No….you think Kali really needs the help? You lost me mom. All I hear from you now is yada, yada, yada! It’s not fair…this sucks big time.
C’mon Kali let’s mellow out and relax….mom can be so stubborn. At least the stroller’s not here yet….that means we have more time to change mom’s mind.
Today is “Show and Tell” at Bacon’s blog “Piglove.” In this post we were suppose to talk about a silly gift or something ridiculous that happened to our pawents or us.
Mom says there has been many funny and ridiculous things that have happened to her over the years but the one scenario that sticks with her and she never forgets happened eons ago. We must set the scene first. Mom and dad are both very stubborn and strong willed peeps. I have to say way out there stubborn!! When they were going steady, they fought all the time. They would break up and then make up all the time. Somehow they managed to get engaged. I guess they quit fighting long enough that life looked good, Then dad would get the engagement ring in his face and they broke up. People thought they were odd! Heck, I would’ve too. Geesh! Anyway dad’s family were very unsure of mom and mom’s family thought dad was just what mom needed. Different family reactions, I see. There must have been something there to keep drawing them together. Finally dad asked mom to marry him and there was a long pause….must have been the way he said this most romantic of sentences, “C’mon, its time we put everyone out of their misery and got married.” They got married. Mom says she hears how other hubbies asked their wives to marry them and wishes she had a romantic memory like theirs. All I got to say is, it must work. Mom and dad have been married for almost 45 years.