The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Love these. Happy Easter, jams.
This brings good memories of my long ago twin cats: Double and Trouble. They would play for hours with a suspended string and an empty basket. Sometimes (alas!) they played with some of my good stuff. They scratched a lot of my music sheets, ran around a lamp till it would fall and brake, ate the dried flowers of my new straw Easter Bonnet. And more! Why do I miss them? Life was NEVER boring when they were around. They would push me to my limits, and then would climb on my laps with a Am-I-not-adorable-look? They were!Hope you get a chocolate rabbit for Easter. All the best to the whole family.
Kittens are so much fun but get two together and you have utter mayhem.. A lot of fun but utter mayhem as you know yourself.I could not be without cats now
so much fun and very sweet kitten.. :)
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