November 27th 2011 11:54 pm
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She had been home all week but then off she went. We knew she was going to go as she had the big bag out. We took it in turns to sit on her clothes so she couldn't pack them but .. we just can't resist the treat drawer when she opens it.
She said it wasn't even for work this time, she was off on a line dance weekend.
Two good things. Victoria from next door came to feed us for which we are very grateful. The other that there was a cat where my mum went to keep up our training. The cat liked to come in and out of the hall and my mum was on hand to keep opening the door for her. The cat seemed to like the music and wandered on to the dance floor and even up on stage with the band at one point. The band didn't mind. A beautiful cat is welcome everywhere.
We used to get all excited when our mum came home from being away but that was rewarding her for being bad and leaving us. So we acted cool - at first. I found myself nestled in her arms and suddenly I just couldn't purr enough or give her enough kitty kisses. She was happy to see us too.
She is still off work this week so we have more missions to look forward to. And she reckons she may have to make our Christmas cards from the photos that she has managed to get of us together - none of which are of the two of us looking festive. This should be good!
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Be careful your mum could be lulling you into a false sense of security on the Christmas photo thing you best stay on the look out mate. Mums are great at being sneaky when you least expect it.