Hello MY Darling!
Well, MY advise is simply this!
"Friday's are for having fun......call your friends, shut the door, take a nice car ride to the Beach! May 31, a special day.....I dedicate this to my Auntie Karen....her birthday is today!
Check out the local ice-cream places (there are plenty)!!!
I'm ready for ICE CREAM! Watch the human and children through the window, lick YOUR lips look sweetly (innocently) and your human companion might...might get you a little bowl of your own.
|Hit the road running!|
Well, well, yes we do have the occasional treat in MY kingdom, the shear fun is ENJOYING with those you love!
|British Beach Huts|
In England there is a special ice-cream affectionately called a "99". Here is the "real scoop" It used to cost that? The standard cone, filled with soft serve
|Brighton Beach UK: Beloved "99" (cost 99 pence)|
The "99" theory...according to my UK sources: In the UK everybody knows what comes with a '99', but a newcomer to these shores who wonders at the name's provenance is sure to be baffled.
The ice cream in question has gone by that name since 1930, when Cadbury's launched a shorter version of its Flake bar - called a Flake 99 - for the ice cream trade.
|Ness: Which flavor will I have today|
Another theory goes that the initials of ice cream are IC, which is one way to write 99 in Roman numerals. But the convention is to write it XCIX - but it's possible this was ignored or not know.
Like cats and catnip...........
|Vanessa, Charlie, Harry circa 1961|
|My opinion you say. perhaps -- when I'm DONE!|
Well the Royal decree from the kingdom this week is:
Remember: to connect with friends and visit here soon!
|Do what Cats do best -- HAVE FUN!|