Friday, June 26, 2015

Middle Aged Mumster Friday Night

  • Supermarket chicken + coleslaw (her)
  • Fancy Feast (me)
  • Music and solo middle aged lady dancing (her)
  • Snoozing and Scratching (me)
  • Washing
  • Texting
  • Vikings
  • Couch Wars
  • Coke Zero (her)
  • Temptations (me)
  • Snuggles (both)
  • Electric Blanket
  • Snoozing (both)


  1. It sounds like one of my Friday nights, except for the dancing. I can't stand to think of myself dancing, solo or otherwise, so actually doing it is definitely off.

  2. Yep--that about sums it up! I have to agree with John, though. We don't dance here, either.

  3. Nothing wrong with that kind of Friday night! My human DOES dance - I kind of wish she wouldn't.

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  5. Yeah, sounds familiar Poppy. Have a good weekend.

  6. I wish I had it in my soul to dance.
    I hope your Mum is off and not on call. We wish you a fun weekend.

  7. what a wonderful way to spend the weekend! love you listy!!!

  8. Your list looks like it has all the ingredient's for an enjoyable Friday night. My human sometimes dances, but frankly, it scares me when she moves around like she was being shocked repeatedly & I worry that she may step on my tail. One time she even grabbed my front paws and tried to get me to dance like a little human being with her. As you can imagine, I was not having any of it & ran under the chair until she calmed down. Hope you & mom have a great weekend. My mom is middle-age too. She says that while Friday nights may not be as exciting as when she was was a younger woman, she still loves chillaxin with us cats at the end of a long week. You & mom have a great weekend Poppy.

  9. Poppy, dear, my feline family would approve every activity on the list except the solo dance by mum. A little Tai Chi, perhaps. Even an easy yoga asana. When a storm is rising, a kata from mum's early years studying martial arts. But no dancing.