Bertie and Roscoe in Hampshire

Sleepy Time!

It’s sleepy time now, after our exhausting trip through the alphabet.

We’ve all been right tired after coming back from Hampshire.  Mam was tired too.  She said the drive was very long, with lots of long stops for accidents and things.  We just went to sleep in our boxes, but it was a long way, and we wobbled around in our boxes on some of the roads.  Still, at least we were with our Mam. I don’t mind travelling as long as Mam’s with us.

See you next week, when it’ll be October already!

Roscoe xx

 

I’m feeling tired

Well, I have been feeling tired.  I’m not so tired today.

Mummy noticed I was looking a bit fluffy, which sometimes mean I’m not well, but really it was just I felt tired, and a little uncomfortable, but I think it’s only old age.  I’m six and a half, you know, which is 90 in human terms.  I have meds for my arthritis in the mornings, one is called glucosamine, for joints, and the other is called metacam, for pain relief.  They work well and most of the time I feel fine.  And while I like my loft space, and do a lot of sleeping up there, it is a bit of a struggle to get up the ramp to it.

Mummy asked me whether I’d like to move to the flat part of the run full-time.  Well, I would, and I wouldn’t.  I like the view from the loft.  But I liked being able to move around freely when I was in the other run – that was when Colman was alive and fit.  When he stopped going up into the loft Mummy swapped us over.  He had the same meds as I do now.  Actually, I’m older than he was when he stopped using the loft.

I don’t know whether I want to change to the other run or not.  I’ll let Mummy decide.

Next week we’ve got a special post for the A to Z Challenge.  I’ve done nearly all my posts for it.  Percy and I shared them out.  I expect he’ll tell you all about it.