Saturday, September 13, 2014

Happy Caturday!!

Happy Caturday my catster friends.  Hope you got some relaxing done or planned if it is early in the day for yoo!!   The mumster did intend to head out and hit the streets to do some wandering today, but it was cloudy and gloomy and her book needed finishing!!!  She also left her hair and face el naturale so she said it was nice to get the chores done, make some eggs on toast for lunch and chill out with me.  She made chilli last night, and said her new chilli flakes are a bit stronger than the old brand, but it is good to clean out the pipes!!!

Today there was a big rugby match in town, so mum thought it would be best to avoid the crowds, so she might get some things done tomorrow or maybe not.  She says it is good not to spend any money if she can avoid it, and she is a bit sick of the same old stuff in town.  With the weather warming up, she will now be able to wander a bit further afield and take in the fresh air.  Me - I'm happy at home.

Enjoy your Caturday furrieds - do something to make you smile.


  1. Ah! How lovely Poppy!x
    The sun over here is shining through the window...AND...Your lovely face is shining through the screen...What could be nicer than that!x

    Oh! Tell Mum..If she wants to clear her pipes out, l'll send over some of my especially home made curry of mine...HeHe! That would clear ALL the pipes in N/Zealand...! :>).

  2. Me here have a lovely day. Nice & Sunshine !
    Fresh air of Spring :)
    And I do wish you a great weekend, Miss Poppy !

  3. The mention of eggs and toast made my human hungry, Poppy!

  4. Our Mommy loves a day like your Mum had...pottering around at home and easy meals.

    *smooches* on your pretty cheek, Poppy!

  5. It sounds like you and Mum had a wonderful day, Poppy! It rained here all day, but Mom and Dad went volunteering at PAWS, so we think that's a pretty good Saturday, eh? :)

    Hugs to you and Mum!

  6. Poppy, dear, does your mum ever cook for you on Caturdays? Perhaps she'd like to try Fois de Cochon Aux Oeufs the next time she bakes something in the oven. It's simple: Just put pork liver in a pan with a little water, cover with foil, and bake until the meat is pink in the center. Then serve it sliced with a raw egg. (We're trying a chicken liver recipe for 28 portions next week. Wish us luck!)

  7. Wonderful to stay at home and relax and recharge. We all need that every now and then.