Saturday, March 7, 2009

Late Home


Mum was late home tonight, very late. She had to work at the hopsital, for about 14 hours. So I didn't get me any fancy feast, I had to make do with my biscuits.

So I was allowed a little party mix, just to make up for the delay. Then mum sat on the couch and watched "Grand Designs", a UK home show. So now mum is nice and relaxed and will got and read her book for a while in bed. Me, I am off out to do a little night petrol.

Last night, I didn't come inside til midnight. I was outside playing with the neighbours cat under the parked cars on the street.

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  1. Wow Poppy, you didn't come home until Midnight? You must have been having so much fun outside!

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  2. We like stopping out until late too. We can only go in the garden though because it is fenced. Mum calls us in at 1am when she goes to bed.

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  3. It's nice that your Mum lets you out to do a little night patrol - the smells and the sounds of night are always interesting.

    Purrs

    Gypsy & Tasha

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  4. Night patrol is our favourite! That's when the best bugs come out, and then the geckos follow the bugs. It's awesome.

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  5. We don't like it when our lady works late....she doesn't either!

    Murph

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  6. Your mom lets you stay out that late? You are so lucky.

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  7. Please be careful, Poppy! Parked cars sometimes unpark themselves al of a sudden!

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  8. That is far past my bedtime!

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  9. You scare me when you say you play under parked cars....what if one of them starts moving? Please be careful!
    --JB

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  10. Oh Poppy! Now I am going to worry about you! Midnight is scary!

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  11. Poppy! how gorgeous you are! lots of fun day and night! oh, MY! hahaha...

    kisses for you, Poppy Q!

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  12. You get to go Outside! I don't get to go Outside, because I don't have fingernails to protect myself. Have some nighttime Outside fun for me, and be very very careful!

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