Things have been a bit weird in the world lately. Humans have been told to stay at home and not go to work or to see people so they don’t get sick.
We have our humans in the house, but the girl and the boy haven’t been able to see each other for three months so far. It is a bit sad because it also means that us lads haven’t been able to visit each other either. Luckily, there are a lot of us at each house so no lad has been alone, which is a very important thing. So we have been mooching and snoozing a lot, and enjoying a lot of time with each other and the humans.
The boy has been doing a lot of stuff in the garden, and apparently it looks very good. We are looking forward to seeing it in the fur very soon. The boy and the lads at his house have also watched all of the marvel films – there are 23 of them! Phew!
The girl has been reading and doing jigsaws and mooching in the garden. We have also spent a lot of time with Shadow the cat who came to live here in January.
So we are all ok, and have been extra busy with lad stuff, which as you know includes mooching, snoozing and chatting. The humans will be reopening their shop soon , so hopefully everything will be ok when they do.
The lads are sometimes a little bit naughty and they are pesky and try and do things that are funny but probably a bit annoying to the humans. They do love us, so they don’t really get too cross, but the lads do like to be good every so often so that the humans like us even more.
Here are the lads being very neat at the boy’s house – they are usually trying to get as much space as possible and being pesky.
It is a brand new year already! That time seemed to have got away from us a little bit at the end of last year, sorry about that.
We had a lovely Christmas with all the lads together at the boy’s house for a week and a bit. We mooched, snoozed, chatted and generally did a lot of lad stuff while the humans mooched, snoozed, chatted and did human things (like running, which we have no interest in whatsoever).
Now we are getting ready to help the humans have a busy year in the gallery – and we are looking forward to some sunshine and some good mooching and snoozing times.
It has been ever so rainy and grey here lately. We are a bit bored with it now to be honest – it would be nicer if it was a tiny bit sunny and then a tiny bit colder because that would be pretty. Grey and rainy is a bit grim. Boo.
More soon – hopefully with some nicer autumnal weather to report on. Paws crossed!
We are back again – we are doing ever so well to write two weeks in a row aren’t we?
It has been ever so rainy and windy here for the last few days – Peter has put his jumper back on again.
He says he waited very patiently until October arrived before he put it on because it felt a little bit silly to be so wrapped up in September. He is nice and toasty now though.
We have got a sunny day here today – it is very very chilly though. It is a proper autumn day which we are ever so pleased about really. Autumn means more mooching time and getting under lad blankets and human duvets – yippee!
Are you starting autumn where you live – or do you live on the other side of the world which means you are starting spring? We think that is ever so interesting when things are the complete opposite!
We got an extra day mooching around at home over last weekend because the girl is a little bit crazy and decided to run around doing a 10k race in the morning on Saturday. This meant that we didn’t go into the shop and got to laze around mooching and snoozing – yippeeeee!
We think that we probably deserve a nice day off because soon it will be very very busy in the shop when summer really starts. We have another week of having a day off and then we will be working ever so hard every single day for 9 and a bit weeks. We feel sleepy even thinking about it!
It’s been a little bit quiet here lately – the humans have been catching up a bit from a really busy February half term they had in the gallery (yippee!).
So it has been a snoozy and moochy kind of time for lads too. Which is brilliant because snoozing and mooching are some of our favourite things to do.
We did rescue some lads from the boy’s attic (they had been up there on a top secret lad mission for a long time) because mice had moved in and fancied munching on a few lads which was a huge disaster. Luckily all lads are now fine (three needed small operations to get back to full lad fitness) and are happily mooching alongside all the other lads again.
The humans have said that there really isn’t any more room for more lads now. We’re ok with that for now. We’ll work on the humans later in order to make them see that there always spaces available for more lads.
Now, as you know we love the humans we live with (we’re not overly keen on a lot of the other humans in the world really), but we are confused by a day the humans (not ours so much) feel the need to celebrate.
Valentine’s Day. Why do the humans need a specific day to let other humans know how much they like them? Surely it would be better to just tell people all the time?
This day would be much better if it was called Lad Day. It could be exactly the same as every other day, but we’d get more treats (for example a new lad).
I am ever so sorry that I haven’t written for ages and ages – it is the humans fault, naturally.
They have been ever so busy moving their photography gallery in Wells which meant that they didn’t have so much time to help me write posts on here.
We have had a lovely sunny summer, and the sunshine is still around even now. We were expecting to have to be burrowing and mooching a lot more in blankets and duvets by now, but it is very warm still. Yippee for the sunshine. Here are the lads enjoying a mooch in the sunshine while the girl has a tiny rest and reads her book.
We will try and write a lot more now that the humans are settling into their new gallery – we are looking forward to some autumnal and wintery mooching times when the weather changes. There is Halloween coming up and then Christmas – we like these very much for mooching and relaxing times with our VIHs (Very Important Humans).