It was a very dull week. There wasn’t any sunshine till Saturday. Mummy was out till very very late on Saturday. She said she was going to Norwich, but she was very late home, like she is when she goes to London. She said the car park was gridlocked. I don’t know what that means. Continue reading “Boring week but nice yesterday”
Mummy put us out in the garden for a couple of hours on Friday, me with Midge and Percy with Oscar. She’s been giving us some grass from the garden for ages, so we shouldn’t get upset tummies from the change of diet. And we were only outside for a couple of hours, anyway. But now I’m going to hand you over to Percy, your new correspondent.
Hello. I’m Percy. Thank you for voting for me. Kevin says I just have to tell you what we’ve been doing.
We went outside on the grass on Friday. It was a little scary. I hadn’t been on the grass before. Mummy put me down in a run with Oscar. We grumbled at each other a bit. I wanted to eat grass and hide from the huge sky above us. Oscar wanted to rumble at everybody. He tried to pull the fence down too. I got on with eating. I don’t know what Oscar did. I think he ended up eating too. I said hello to Kevin. I had only seen Kevin in passing before. He’s nice. I would say that even if he wasn’t reading this. He’s showing me where to put my feet to make it work. It’s very complicated. Here’s Kevin.
Kevin here. That was very good, Percy, you’ll soon get the hang of it.
Mummy gave me a special message for Roland. Mummy says she’s taken a photo of the message in your card from last year, as she planted the card in the wildflower garden. Apparently the card had seeds embedded in it. Anyway, she’s kept your request to be a ninjineer and she’s thinking about it. And she’s marked where she’s planted the card so she can take photos of it grows.
Look, I don’t know what it means either. I’m just passing on the message.
I hope we can go out in the garden again this week.
Mummy has been leaving the house very early in the morning the last couple of days. She’s come back a couple of hours later, just about the normal time she comes down to sort us out in the morning. She looks very tired and she eats her muesli (which smells funny, not like ours at all) when she cuddles us. She doesn’t usually do that. She usually has her breakfast after she’s fed us our nice veggies from the garden (or the fridge). Continue reading “Mummy’s up to things again”