Saturday, April 4, 2009

What I did this Morning.

Flynn was waiting for a mousie so I decided to go for a walk on my own.

I stopped and looked at the daffodils growing in the field. When I see them, I know that Spring really is here.

All the walking made me tired so I stopped for a rest

Then I went and chewed on some grass.

After that I went to see if Flynn had caught the mousie but he had let it escape again.

28 comments:

  1. Sorry that mousie got away. You flowers look very very pretty. Thank you for the healing purrs.

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  2. You have pretty flowers. Silly Flynn, letting the mousie get away!

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  3. We thought eating mousies was bad for you? We love your pretty flowers and it is so green!
    Your FL furiends,
    and Maverick

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  4. Well that was must made the mouse feel good that he was let escape again. What a lovely walk you had.

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  5. Really pretty daffodils! We are sorry about that mousie!

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  6. ah ... da daffodilz ... dey are beginnin to push dere little headz up owtta da dirt. i luv spring. it will be 60 degreez heer tomorrow!
    ah spring.
    luv--jh

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  7. What a wonderful morning! The daffodils are so pretty, and that grass looks really yummy.

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  8. Mousies can be darn tricky to catch. We love accompanying you on your walks.

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  9. Eric you had big adventures on your walk with your mum. I love it when spring comes, and you dudes get to go outside.

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  10. p.s. we have an award for you on our blog

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  11. Sometimes, the mousie lives to be hunted another day, boys.

    You are very good boys, just like Gandalf and Grayson! And you both have very clean ears, too!

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  12. I can't believe you did something on your own Eric.. and see what happened?! You know he would have caught it if you had worked as the wonderful brotherly team you is! :))
    Though the daffodils are pretty and I bet would be a hit with the ladees posing next to them! :)
    V-V

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  13. What an interesting morning you had, Eric! Too bad Flynn let that mousie get away...

    pee ess. we would be honored to have you as Island Cat Club members! We'll get mom to email you your badge today!

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  14. Looks like a wonderful morning was had by all!!!! Mouse too. ;)

    Purrs Goldie

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  15. Eric, is sounds like you had a wonderful morning! We hope you and Flynn have a wonderful weekend too!
    Purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam and Simon

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  16. What a fun morning! Your flowers are so pretty.
    ~ Malachi

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  17. Looks like the two of you have such a beautiful place to live and explore.

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  18. Nice walk you had! Our grass is just starting to get green here, we are so far behind you.
    We had a mousie we taunted and stalked all summer last year. The same one every day. It was kind of fun.

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  19. Hello beautifuls! Purrs from the topcatrules girls. :)

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  20. I love to chew grass too! have a nice weekend!

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  21. But if he caught the mousie, it wouldn't be there to chase again.
    Spring is definitely here now that the daffodils are here :O)

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  22. Maybe there never was a mousie, Eric. It could be that Flynn just thinks you need some exercise:)

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  23. What a wonderful way to spend a day. Eric, we are so sorry the mousie gotted away.

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  24. You had a very action-packed morning!

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  25. What a nice walk...and here we are stuck in the house, high winds blowin' outside, electric keeps going out and you hear a chorus of $#%^&*$@$@^^&&##@(*(!!!!'cause computers went out......NAP TIME!!!=^Y^=Toy

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  26. What a purrfect little walk! We wouldn't take away or add anything to it. Nice!

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  27. Oh, your yard looks sooooo good and that grass looks delishus.

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  28. What a nice morning - and wonderful pictures.
    P.s. Does Flynn often let the mousies escape?

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