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A link to the first part of this mini-adventure story called 'My Sweet Valentine' can be found HERE.
A link to the second part of this mini-adventure story called 'As fit as a Flea' can be found HERE.
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If you want to see some of Mrs H's February Foto Failures, then click the link HERE.
Hello, and welcome to the 7th selfie of the New Year — but first an update.
As feline week's go, this last one, like most since my birthday, have been pretty much a letdown. Whilst we have had a few days of absolute sunshine, it has stayed cold. Other days have just been rain, wind, and flood. At one point the local shepherd thought he'd have to give up his flock entirely and send them to the used cotton bud recycling plant!
That said, when the sun was out, we here at the Palace had a glimmer of summer. I say 'we' but it was actually just me. Mrs H has not been as attentive to her attentiveness duties as I would like. In fact, she has spent many days and some nights fretting over the edits to our new book.
"My dear Erin," she said one day at 4am, as I batted her around the ear for falling asleep whilst preparing my early breakfast, "books, and those cotton buds you like to chew and play with, do not grow on trees, you know!"
I looked out the window at the nearby willow and sighed. There perched up high, and away from the floodwaters was a small collection of multi-sized and bedraggled sheep, flicking their tails in a light morning breeze. "Strange," I muttered to myself, "we usually have catkins at this time of the year?"
I turned to look at Mrs H. I didn't have the heart to break the news to her that she was likely labouring under a misapprehension re. the origins of cotton buds, as it was plain as the hair on my face. As to books, well, where do all the gardening books come from if not the trees, flowers, and shrubs we plant?
"I think, Mrs H, you have that wrong. But on another note, I do think if we play our cards right, we won't have to worry about decorating a Christmas Tree this year! By any chance do you know what how to feed and prune sheep?"
Well enough of the frivolity, here's this week's tastefully decorated 100% organic, plant-based (mainly NIP) selfie of me!
Thank you for visiting us this week, and we hoped you enjoyed our cutting of frivolous fun feline fancy.
If you have any gardening tips re. potting up cuttings of willow based sheep (Mrs H suggested grafting or layering – sounds far too painful!) or how to support over cropping willow branches, then please do rush them to me post-haste.
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