I don't really get why R has been banging on about the colour of the leaves. What about the poor green leaves? How must they feel? I am not colour-ist when it comes to leaves. Red, orange, green, brown; as long as they flutter down and provide me with entertainment in trying to catch them, I don't care how they look.
They also provide great amusement inside, as I can sit in the dry and warmth watching them fall from the branches, fluttering down like those white snow flake things we had last year (whatever happened to them?)
I thought she would have got the message by now, but no.
However, in between the showers there has been lots of dry time to play with my friends in the alley.
I have made some new friends - Ginger and Whigin (White and Ginger), Ginger and I love to have a sniff about:
But my bro', Whigin and I love to fight. He jumps on me, then I pounce on him, and we have a great big tussle. It's so much fun!
Ginger's not really in to all the boisterous stuff, so he just looks on. Then, when I've won the fight, I go and have a sniff with Ginger again.
There was a full moon last week.
I am not quite sure what a 'full moon' is, I think it's a happy moon. I'm a happy Albie when my tummy is full, so I assume the moon must be happy when it's tummy is full.
But this crazy happy moon was so bright! I thought at first R had forgotten to switch the lights of when she went to bed. But she hadn't.
I am normally sleepy when R and T go to bed, but this night I was hyper; running around, crawling underneath chest of drawers, climbing into bags. Miaowing. Looking back, I do not know what came over me!
But all that playing night and day leaves me exhausted! I'm going to have to go and get some shut eye folks!