Friday, May 31, 2013

Big Night Out

Last night mum and her bestie went out on a little adventure.  They headed out to Lower Hutt, to see a show (Kelvin Cruikshank the psychic).  It turned into a little bit of a grand adventure.  Mum and her bestie were a bit early and thought they would go and have a sneaky little takeaway burger, but the burger shop had disappeared from where it used to be.  Mum thinks it had probably been gone a couple of years, but she is seldom  on this part of the suburbs.  They trekked to the local mall and had a nasty cheap burger and then headed to their show.

The show was ok.  Kelvin was entertaining and came off as a nice guy, much like many of the books that he has written and the girls were glad that they went. They thought though that he did a lot of explaining, and although his readings were good, he only talked to about five people in the three hour show.  Very interesting.

On the way home up a busy street, there was a man wandering onto the road in front of cars lining up beer bottles, a large rubbish bin and blanket.  Mums bestie pulled over, and mum got out to get the stuff off the road, so there wasn't an accident.  The man was quite disturbed, but mum told him that he couldn't do that, he would get hurt or cause an accident.  Another lady had pulled her car over too to try and clear the scene - notice that no men got out to help out - typical.  After a couple of minutes a lone policeman turned up, but the guy had disappeared into a local highschool.    Drama.  Junk food, a show and a crazy man - a big night out for the mumster.

So the mum slept well, and went and had a big old day at work.  But work is over now and she is mine - all mine!!!!  Have a great weekend everybuddy.

15 comments:

  1. Very brave of you. I doubt I would have gotten out of the car in the dark. Of course, I am seldom out at night... or awake even! haha!

    Have a funtabulous weekend, ladies!

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  2. Goodness Poppy.....Sounds all a bit like a soap opera...It least you had Mum home in the end for (((HUGS))).

    You both have a great weekend tooooooo! :)x

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  3. I wouldn't have gotten out, either, I'd have called 911 or the general police number! Your mum is very brave!

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  4. Quite a night out for your Mum, Poppy. Glad things worked out OK at that end part.

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  5. I'm glad the man wasn't violent. Did the police go after him into the school? Maybe he was a teacher. It's near the end of the school year; perhaps they all go through this at this time of year...

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  6. Wow, sounds like your brave Mum had a wild adventure last night, lovely Poppy!!...We bet she was glad to get home to you, sweet girl!...Happy weekend, darling friend...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki, Mommy Cat, Daddy Cat

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  7. I think your mummy deserves a lot of purrs and nuzzling! She is a very brave lady!!

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  8. Usually I think you probably have more exciting adventures than your human, Poppy (after all, kitties are ALWAYS more exciting than humans!), but this time I think she's got you beat!

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  9. LOL quite an adventure. I haven't read or seen Kelvin's work. I found Sue's show hilarious and rather daunting when I was picked from the audience and it was soo accurate.

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  10. Sounds like your mum had quite a night. No wonder she slept like a log after all that. Good on your mum for helping. Hugs GJ xx

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  11. R mom iz crackin up poppy q...no men getted out ta help !!!! .... her said it bee like that heer two.....

    bee glad de dood wuz knot like crazed upon them for sure !!!

    hay, enjoy yur time with mum, eat plentee of feast

    hope ewe haza grate week oh end !

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  12. Oh Poppy I do hope you gave your mum some extra purrs and cuddles after all she had been through. I hope your night was not nearly so adventurous! That is so true about the men not stepping out,
    Meow, Jessica

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  13. Your mom is furry brave Poppy, our mom would have stayed in the car, and called the police instead.

    Have a wonderful weekend with your mum!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  14. Your Mom was very brave to get out !

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  15. BRAVE! By Golly. And compassionate too. XO

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