May 27th 2011 4:18 pm
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I gave mum wacky paw last night and told her she had to help me write my chin wag before she goes to work this afternoon.
Sorry that my chin wag wasn't written last week but Mum who types for me was really busy. Mum and Grandma are members of the Country Women's Association and they had a big state conference here this week.
800 women from all over Victoria came to Ballarat for the conference and there was a lot of work that had to be done in preparation for the event and mum was in out of the house all week.
When she got home she was really tired and didn't do much when she got home. I hope I didn't worry any of mates by not writing last week.
I've been doing great. Not a happy chappy that I can't go outside much as the weather has been cold and wet. Mum had a laugh that once the conference had ended the weather improved a little once everyone had gone home.
If anyone can spare some can you please send some sun my way. I love to go out in yard and go for walks in the sun and sitting out side with my Grandpa and I really miss doing these things over winter.
There is no more news. I hope this chin wag finds my mates and their families happy and healthy.
Purrs and hugs your Aussie mate
Ka - zar
Its nows summer here!!! Ifn yous wants some heat...Yous can have it!!! Too hot and humid lately! It's good to hears from you!!! ( Anyfur ever saids yous and Kringle kinda looks similar??)
We worry about you my friend but hearing your meows makes my day brighter!
Sending some love my buddy.
Our sunshine has all gone away and today is wet and windy even though it should be summertime here. When it comes back we will surely send you some. We hope that your mum has recovered from all her hard work. Purrs and headrubs Toby - and Josie says hi too.
If you had been the main speaker at the conference ...
there would have been 8,000 ladies there!
Wish I could have shared today with you, Ka-zar. We had a lovely warm day after a week and a half of nasty rain. The peeps are very unhappy with the state of the cellar. We are not allowed down there, but it's probably just as well. The cave crickets, which we love to hunt and eat, find their way upstairs.