Monday, March 14, 2016

Snowdrops

 Hello Felines.   Oscar here after a bit of a delay to our regular schedule.  The Mom has been busy.  Her step-dad's memorial service was this past Saturday.   It was a hard time for everyone.
 Mom has been out of town a lot these past few weeks.   We try not to show it but we do miss the way she does things for us. 
 The weather has been very changeable.  Typical March weather.   Perhaps that is why I have been having some bad days myself, lately.  Mom heats up the warm pack for me a bit more often.  The last time I went to the vet for a spa day she told Mom I was like "a thousand years old".   Mom didn't appreciate the reminder.   Myself, I'm going to be 18 next month.   You would think that would garner me a bit more respect.
 Winston kitty here now.  I'm flirting with the Mom.  Do you think she will be silly enough to tickle my tummy?   I've got bunny kicks stored up for her if she tries.  He he he.
 This is one of the presents Mom got for getting older....a Doctor Who doll.   She likes the bow-tie.   I want to attack that hair!  Purrwowza!
 Something else Mom wouldn't let me touch were a her birthday brownies....be honest Mom...they were NOT around long enough to be much of a threat!
The flowers are starting to blossom, too.   One of Mom's favorites are the snowdrops.  She says they are lovely and brave to grow through snow.

Hello, Miss Emily closing.  Do I look grumpy here!   Well, they made me wait till the end.   The nerve!   We are hoping to prod the  Mom person to visit your blogs soon.   She says she is tucker ed out but we won't let her stay that way.
Purrs for a  good week.   Miss Emily.

12 comments:

  1. Sending you good thoughts. Rest is the best medicine. Nice to see all you beautiful kitties again. Hugs, Deb

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  2. Miss Emily, you are quite the lovely lady. And that person at the vet - quite rude, we thought.

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  3. Your mom has been otherwise occupied lately, the blogging can wait. It's good to see you're all doing as well as possible, though. Purrs and peace.

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  4. It is always good to see you three. And what beautiful pictures!
    Our Mummy loves the Doctor Who doll. That is one of her favourite TV programmes. Purrsonally, We say: who needs a Tardis when you've got a Tunnel, as We do (mol)?
    Miss Emily, it is provoking to be left till last, that's true but on the other hand, that enables You to make a Grand Entrance, as befits such a beautiful Ladycat as yourself.
    Noserubs and kitty kissies to you all.
    Trixie, Caspurr and Shimshi

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  5. Oscar, I hope you gave that vet a big hiss for saying that! Winston and Emily; it's good to see you! Mourning takes time; there are so many pieces of our lives that are entwined that feel unraveled when your loved one is gone.

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  6. That was very kind of you to try to not show how much her being gone effected you. I am sure she appreciates it.

    I LOVE her doll.. bow ties are cool. :)

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  7. You are both beauties. Cool Dr. Who doll.

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    1. Thank you. Our Mom drones on about that doll. The sonic screwdriver even lights up and she thinks we go silly over toys. Pffttt!
      Thanks for dropping by

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  8. We can only imagine how rough it's been lately. tell your mom that ours thinks brownies make the very best medicine - and maybe she needs a second dose to ensure all is well? Sending hugs - and please stay warm guys!

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  9. Sending (((hugs))) to your Mom...ohhh those brownies looked delicious!!! catchatwithcarenandcody

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  10. Good to see efurrybody. Purrs to you mom bean.

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  11. Thanks for checking in, pals. We are glad to see you.

    Hugs and purrs and prayers to your Mom. It must be so very hard.

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