Good Monday One and All!
I have been remiss and not writed for a number of days on account of the typist being distracted by things. But we back now and rearing to go.
The Indian Summer came and it was HOT! The hottest 1st of October we recall! Next month it will be snowing. Lucy has not seen SNOW so I cannot wait. Just telling her about it now:
Tomorrow I is showing my new haircut !
Today our hoomin left us outside (in the rain – which she claims not to have noticed) while she drank her Sunday Morning Coffee (usually has three…) Then she remembered us and called us inside. Lucy had been busy digging (another) hole, while I hided under the bench…
After she rubbed us dry with towels making a great fuss (guilt)
Lucy stole the I shared the towel with Lucy who really knows how to get comfortable…
Have a good day!
Good Thursday Morning to You
This is my tomato plant. Our middle hoomin cub we love called Becky gave it to her to cherish. She watered it. She fed it. She did pick off a few sideshoots and it grew lots of lovely red balls. Noticing her attentiveness towards this (rather scraggy) plant I added a little of my own flavour (if you catch my drift) and was pleased with the results. Have noticed though, that despite all our hard work, and it being a given plant, none of the hoomins in this household are prepared to eat the fruit. What a shame….
Anyways, I am off to play Scottie Scoccer with Lucy, one of the balls is ready for play….
Good Tuesday Morning
While my hoomin was weeding yesterday I watched Lucy at play. The cones she is playing were used to train me (hahaha) but now they have been adopted by the youngest in the family.
She liked this “toy” right from when she little…
Awww – they grow so fast!
Have a lovely day (it drizzling and wet here)
Happy Monday Everyone!
Saw a boy Scottie in the shiny window
(with finger marks on) in John’s bedroom. This magic dog stared at me through the magic window and he looked very handsome.
And that sent me to thinking…. Am I as handsome as the magic dog in upstairs shiny window
(with finger prints on)?
Then I thawt, yes…..I probby am!
Happy Sunday everybuddy!
Every morning when she opens the back door Lucy and I race to the back of the garden in a ferocious manner to scare off any vermin/predators that may still be lurking.
Even though we have short legs, a Scotty can scoot really fast when he wants to!
After the initial barrage we take a slow investigation of who has been where and done what during the hours of darkness…
Lots of animals come into our garden at night. Foxes, CATS! possibly rodents and vermin so this survey keeps us quite busy.
Sometimes our investigations get quite intensive. We call this ‘structure’ Lucy is in “The Alamo” and fortunately our hoomin has not planted this up yet – possibly never well as it a favourite playplace for us. The cacti she is hoping to plant will have to wait. Too many spikes!
Have a lovely day today.
PS In case you are wondering about Bonny, she does the survey too, but runs and hides whenever flashy beast comes out. A phenomina Lucy and I are unabashed by…
Now then, you know I am always a ‘good’ dog (!?!?!?!) and Bonny is to fat too be bad… So it seems Lucy has fallen into the role of naughty girl. For instance, while I may have taken a quiet nibble at the corner of the rug (when little) and Bonny may have raided the kitchen bin….(still does ), well Lucy has taken chunks out of the coffee table leg,chewed the nozzle of the hoover and eaten mum’s blusher and that is only a few of the naughty things she has done.
She is also a hunter and has found a new and mean way to get at the guinnea pigs (Annie and Annable who live upstairs). Yesterday my hoomin quartered a
(rather wrinkly) apple and some carrot and asked the boy cub we love, John, to give it to the guinnea pigs when he went upstairs. All was well, until Lucy appeared from the hall licking her lips and spitting apple pips. I think she may be trying to starve our poor little squeaky furiends out….(good job she gives them dry food too).
You can see it in Lucy’s eyes……she wicked!
Have a wonderful weekend
PS: Did you know that carrot comes out undigested at the other end? What’s that ? Too much information? lol
PPS: Mum has asked me to tell that if John had taken the veggies/fruit upstairs when she asked him to……!
Today I want to tell you about Bonny.
She has burgandy bits in her hair! It has to be the right light and it has to be behind her, but my hoomin says “Bonny runs to Burgandy…..”. She is going to grow Bonny’s burgandy fringe full as she likes the effect. Haven’t noticed it runnin’ anywhere yet but we shall see. …
On another matter and continuing in our current family theme we just want to say to Clare (the oldest human cub we love) “Have a great time in Malasia Clare!!!”. She off in an aryplayne and stuff. And here she is:-
Have a grrreat trip!!!!!
Hector and Gang
PS: She still doesn’t like dogs!!!!!!!!!!
You know there is nothing I like more than a cuddle with the human cub we love called John.
Trubble is there is always someone else (Lucy) who wants his attention.
And they have devious ways of usurping..
Like walking along the back of the sofa…
..and sliding into place…(on top of me!)
Outrageous!! – A Dog has his RIGHTS!