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Saturday, 16 December 2017

She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed did her usual pre Chrissymouse dinner for Auntie Ann and Auntie Beryl today so there was lots of cooking and delicious smells happening in the kitchen this morning and also lots of panics cos Auntie Beryl wanted to go for a walkie first, but still eat at midday so she could get back before dark to sort out her horses. Auntie Ann didn't want to walk with us because Simon, my half brother, doesn't like me, so she wanted to leave early as well to take him for a walkie.

Anyway when Auntie Beryl arrived we went to Tresaith, the big waters were out a long way but they haven't brought the sands back to cover the stones up yet.  


Auntie Beryl and Sooty found a patch of sand to walk on.


Wait for meeeeee




I found a fowerpot to play with









I'm the king of the castle


sooty found a rubber duckie




Auntie Beryl and She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed found a load of rubbish and collected it all and put it in MY flowerpot and took it to the rubbish bin.



Then we picked our way across the stones


to see the falling waters


She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed fell over on the rocks, she took this photie to test if the photie box woz alright before she tested if her knee woz alright.


Here be the falling waters.
The photiebox and the knee were both alright. Phew.







Then we went home and had our noms when auntie Ann arrived.
And now I's resting cos it be very tiring looking after Sooty. 

Monday, 11 December 2017

The weafurs wos really good today, the sun wos shining but it wos really cold, or so She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed said, my furs kept me snuggly  warm. Anyway we had our walkies across the beach to give Sara her noms.



The big waters were in too far for us to get from the little beach that I's only allowed on when the summer pepes aren't here to the big beach that I can go on all year without going back up the steps and through the car park so I put her walking string back on and just as I did this a brown Sara came round the cliff in the surfs. Phew that wos close.


When we got on the big beach I did some rock climbing, sniffing out stoneses that She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed hidded up there.








I wos very high up.


Then I got my furs wet in the running waters.





She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed has discovered this thing called Parkour and she is trying to make our walkies more interesting by getting me to do silly things with things we find along the way.
"Is this what you wanted mum?"


"Oh, you wanted me to do this"


"Weeee see me jump the seat"



When we finished on the beach we went along the cliff path. Look at all the snows on the mountains in North Wales across the big waters.


Sara wos waiting for us.


She wos feeling a bit frisky today, she likes this weafur as well.



There she goes to get to her bowl before us.


When she'd had her noms we went back along the cliff path to Aberporth and got the bus home.



Sunday, 10 December 2017

This was my big snow adventure today. I's never seen snow before.  She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed was all xited this morning, "look Roggi it's snowing!" Well I looked out the door when she opened it for me to go out and there was all this funny white stuff on the ground. "You can go out and clear the birds and cats out of the garden today mum " I thought. 

Anyway we went for our walkie down Bunny Lane, but the rabbittys were all tucked up in their homesso we didn't see any.

There wasn't much snow, couldn't really see what all the fuss was about really.  She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed threw a few snowballs for me, but what do you do with them? They break up and melt, dandelion flowers are much more fun.


Now the puddles where the road was flooded were much more fun.




This be the scenik we woz walking along. 


Bunny Lane, with no bunnies. 






I had a sniff round one of the fields off Bunny Lane. 





There be snows on the solar panels in the solar farm. 


But look the snows be sliding off. 


The muddy puddle on the corner has growed 


it be humungous now. 


But we got through it, with lots of splashing and carried on down the lane.





And then we went home.
The snows were falling all the time we be out, but it didn't stick so I guess I'll have to wait to see proper snows.