So the mumster did her first of four night shifts last night/this morning. She was quite busy, but in the morning was able to be glued to the television to watch the end of that dreadful day in Sydney. The world is a crazy place sometimes, and mum and I would wish that more people would just learn to get along. To relax - be like a cat!
So mum stopped off at the supermarket on the way home which was good as she ran into a friend who she might not have seen otherwise and they had a quick chat. Then off home for a wee breakfast before hitting the bed. She slept from about 8.30am - 1pm when the courier man dropped off a parcel, and that and a text message woke mum up. So she showered and went out for a walk, as it was another glorious day.
Then home for a bit of pottering around and now her eyelids are heavy, but she has drag herself back to work for another night.
Me - well I am just chilling. I didn't join mum for a sleep - instead I was outside all day as it was lovely and sunny and warm, but rain is forecast for the rest of the week, so mum might have to expect some company on the bed (me that is).
Sweet dreams everybuddy!
And there is no better company Poppy.ReplyDelete
Sun's shining brightly over here Poppy!xReplyDelete
But a bit chilly....I've come home early, as this morning,
on the patio table were 5 brace of pheasants, so l'm going
to roll my sleeves up and get plucking! Busy with game this
time of year!
Well, best get on....After a cup of lemon tea of course! :>).
Poppy, dear, it's good that you and the mumster got some fresh air today! Sadly, there are indeed many poisons in our mental and physical environment that are difficult to avoid entirely: fresh air and a nice nap are excellent antidotes against them.ReplyDelete
We hope your mum makes it through her shifts okay.ReplyDelete
Yes, our human was watching the coverage of the Sydney events, feeling sick to her stomach over it all. We're sending our purrs and purrayers to all those (so many) who have been impacted by this.
Night shifts are the hardest. Not that I would know, since I always spend my nights sleeping!ReplyDelete
poppy q......we dunno how mum does it...day werk, nite werk, day & nite both werk....N next time mum goes fora walk may bee her will take ewe ta de beach two......think oh de FISH !!!! ♥♥♥ReplyDelete
Hi PoppyQ! Thanks for stopping by to give your concern for Beau Beau. He loves yoo and hopes yoo are happy and safe all da way round da werld.ReplyDelete
Mom bean says what happened in Sydney was so heartbreaking - the world is a furry scary place. We is glad to be kitties and stay home where we can be safe.ReplyDelete
Have a great week Poppy and mum!
Sasha, Sami, & Saku