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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Weekend wishes!

Hello My Darlings!

Well, well, well, the weekend is here... finally! Woo hoo!!

The cool spring air had me awake. I awoke to the sounds of chirping baby birds to my delight. Half asleep, I bounded in one fell swoop onto the window ledge, they had fled. I suspect mum had been training them in watching out for me.

I've booked myself off to enjoy Saturday and Sunday - Woo hoo time to play and create havoc - pounce on your human and wake them early!!!! (wry grin, squints eyes) LOL.  I'm going fishing at the beach today!

My agenda for the afternoon, sleep and do nothing.......I hope you do the same Darlings!

See you soon..........................meow!


  1. Great advice, Diva! I think I'll take you up on that one ... have a late lunch of pasta with pinot griggio, nap while reading (now, there's a talent to cultivate!) then watch an episode of Downton Abbey ... ah ...

    1. Hi SF Girl:
      Yes my human companion has lunch in the beaches too.
      Unfortunately, she ate this huge hamburger and then
      couldn't move? Gotta talk to her!

      Sounds like your day was boss and evening will be too.

      Meow, meow Darling must case some mice!

  2. Weekends don't count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless. ~Bill Watterson

    Have a great one ... meow!

    Ton ami,
    Toulouse :-3 (care of SF Girl)

  3. Hi Toulouse :-)
    I've heard a lot about you - through my room mate.
    Thank you so much for taking the time to comment.
    I agree with you - cat to cat. Here's what I found!

    Books and cats and fair-haired little girls make the best furnishing for a room" - French Proverb

  4. Ah, as one cat to another ... Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose!

    Ton ami,
    Toulouse :-3 (c/o SF Girl)

  5. Merci Toulouse~

    Très vrai.

    Les dimensions des relations humaines et les animaux sont souvent juxtaposées à travers la lentille optique de leurs cadeaux uniques est ramené du «monde spécial.

    Very true.

    The dimensions of human and animals relationships are often juxtaposed through the optical lens their unique gifts is brought back from the 'special world'.