Sundays

We love Sundays!

For one thing, Mom is usually home most of the day.

She goes to church early in the morning and sings choir…

I’m not sure if a “choir” is something she wears, something she carries, or something she puts in her mouth.

Shakespeare, quit thinking about food!  I told you before that a choir is a group of humans  in the church who sing songs.  Before you ask, fur people don’t get to sing in choirs….at least not in church.  Maybe we could start our own choir in the neighborhood.  I’m pretty sure Champ and Axle, the neighbor dogs, would join us and maybe some of the fur people out in “blogland” would join us.  But back to Sundays…

Is that what we were talking about?  My mind wandered when you mentioned food.

We love Sundays because they are usually quiet days.  We really like it when the sun shines ‘cuz then we can take “sun baths”. 

I know what that is and I love it!

Mom usually does some cooking in the afternoon and the house smells good.

Food…….yes, we LOVE that!!!!

Sometimes Mom reads and then I can take a nap on her lap.  She really likes it when I curl up on top of her and start purring.

I’m too independent to climb up on her lap, but sometimes I wish I could just go ahead and do it.

Why don’t you?  Mom would really be surprised and she’d be so happy.

I’m going to have to think about that.  Shall we go find some sunshine and take a nap now?

Sounds good to me.  Maybe that’s what the humans are doing today, too.  Let’s go see if Mom’s taking a nap.

2 thoughts on “Sundays

  1. Shakespeare and Hemingway, it’s been fun catching up on your blog posts. I didn’t realize your mom had gotten her computer fixed, so it’s been while since I’ve checked in. I hope you have a fun week. Stay out of trouble!

    1. Hey Donna…We never get into trouble. It just seems to find us. HA! Mom said you are going some place warm for a few days. That sounds like fun. We went outside for a little bit today and decided that we would like to go some place warm, too! Have fun and bring the warmth and sunshine back with you. Love, Hemingway and Shakespeare

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