Hello Momu Fans,
Just a quick post – Travis and Pippo wanted me to show you a picture of them having what they have called a Holmes and Moriaty moment.
Don’t worry, they are friends really – they are just having some detective banter-y fun with each other.
Love Momu. x
Hi Momu readers! How is everything where you are? I thought I would introduce a new lad to you today. Yippee – Yes?
Momu: What’s your name?
Eli: Hello everyone, my name is Eli. I’m a little bit shy despite how I might come across in the photo…
M: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
E: I came to live with the girl first at the same time as Froome, but since then I have gone to live with the boy for a bit – I like to move around so I can see all the lads as much as possible. I like to be around lads, even though I am on the quiet side.
M: How old are you?
E: I am only young – I came to live here only a couple of months ago, so I am just finding my place here.
M: What’s your favourite way to spend an evening?
E: I like to find out more about the other lads that I am with at the time because I am quite new to the group. I also like it when the girl strokes my ears because it tickles me and she thinks they are super soft.
M: Do you have a best lad friend?
E: I like to sit with Froome because we came together, but I like to make new friends so I am hoping to spend time with everyone. Elephants never forget apparently, so I am happy that I will always know things about my new friends.
So there you go, here’s to many more months and years of getting to know Eli!
Love Momu. x
We have been living by the seaside for a little while now and for the most part seem to have settled in to our surroundings well.
To smell the salty air,
To see crispy chips covered in lots of salt and vinegar,
Ice creams with a swirl of sauce and
Seagulls screeching over our heads.
We do not like:
Sand (for fear of the washings that may follow),
The buffeting wind which comes off the sea and messes Steve’s hair up,
The smell of fish on the quay (this makes the boy feel sicky) or
Spiders as big as us who also have a tendency to pop into the new house on occasion. (We asked the girl to get some spider repellent spray. I hope she checked properly that there were no spiders in with us before she started to spray all round the room, otherwise they will be repelled inwards and we will have to live with them forever…)
Here’s to a lot of happy (hopefully
monster spider free) times ahead.
Love Momu. x
It’s a bit messy here at the moment because the girl is moving in a couple of days; lots of things are in boxes and also in a mess on the floor. The girl says this is normal, we are not overly sure about that.
I thought I would tell you a little bit about another lad today – Bluey! Bluey has taken refuge at the boy’s house for a bit to get away from the chaos at the flat.
Bluey is called Bluey because he is blue (we don’t like to assume that you understand the lads’ names even if they are pretty obvious).
He came from beside the sea in the same rescue mission that saved Ratty. He is very small like me and Mike. In fact he used to go to work with the girl before me and Mike took over. He said he had to stop after a while because it was so boring (we are secretly really pleased that we don’t have to go back either – it was dull).
Bluey had a bit of a scare earlier this year because his arm got loose and nearly came off. He was a very brave lad and had an emergency operation to secure it again. He is as good as new now, and has a posh new ribbon for not being scared.
Bluey says he likes a quiet life in general, and likes to spend time with Whitey because they are both named after colours. He is sometimes called upon to help with the boar effort though; he says he doesn’t mind so much because he is small and can attack fast.
Ratty tells me that the Anti – Boar Defense League have been really busy lately because they have been hearing very loud boar noises at night times. They also think that the boar may have recruited drones because they sometimes have attacks from the air too. The girl is crocheting a net for the boar effort so the lads can try and trap it once and for all.
Love Momu. x
Hi Momu fans!
I wanted to introduce you to Ratty and Stuart today but they were far too busy to bother with my little interview so I am just going to write a little bit about them instead – rude lads really!
This is Ratty
And this is Stuart
Ratty and Stuart both came from beside the sea. Stuart was from a shop and was bought because it was the girl’s birthday and Ratty was rescued by the boy from certain charity shop doom. He was really rather grateful.
Ratty and Stuart have become best friends because they both love to watch TV – a lot of TV. This means they are living with the boy at the moment – he also likes to watch a lot of TV. It is quieter at the girl’s place because the TV doesn’t seem to go on as much. Ratty and Stuart like it at the boy’s because the TV there is almost the biggest thing you have probably ever seen ever. I think it is a bit scary, but I suppose you would get used to it after watching it for a while.
Ratty and Stuart will watch anything – even rubbish films with someone called Nick Cage in them – they are never as happy as when they are snuggled up on the sofa, or in bed if they are at the boy’s house, watching something. Ratty reckons he has honed his eyes to take in as much TV as possible. I’m not really sure that’s true, but there is no denying he does have massive eyes. I think they should be squarer than they are with all the TV watching, but I could be wrong. Stuart on the other hand has small eyes, but he will tell you he has a round brown nose.
We like Ratty and Stuart very much – and enjoy talking to them when we get a chance (this isn’t very often because of the TV). They are very high up in the Anti-Boar Defence League too. We will tell you all about that one day.
Love Momu. x