Hello Caturday lovers - can you believe it is June already? We welcomed our first day of winter with mild temperatures and a sunny old day. Mum got up early bird with me and went to the market and for a walk in the summer. Today she bought lemons, potatoes, courgettes, tomatoes, feijoas, and bananas.
She then had to hurry into town for her hairdressing appointment. Her hairdresser is lovely and mum has been going to her for six years, but she is leaving to travel and have adventures. Mum knows one of the other girls there though, and might get her to continue cutting and colouring her locks. Choosing new hairdressers is hard.
A friend was shopping in town, so mum and her met for lunch of a tasty Reuben bagel and then a wee wander around in the sunshine. They went to a little cinema to see a movie Barbara, which mum would only give a 2/5.
The winter evening is creeping in, so the heater is on and mum has a roast lamb and potatoes in the oven, with carrots and peas for her dinner. A few chores will be done and the bed made and maybe a movie will be watched. Then mum and I will head to bed, and I will snuggle up with her. She says that she must be getting old as the thought of a cosy bed with clean sheets, a new library book to read and a fat cat seems like the perfect Caturday night.