After breakfast, Puzzah was being a bit of a butting berk so I asked Lambie if he wanted to join us for our morning cup of tea. He didn’t need asking twice. I love spending time with my little boy. We have a very special relationship.
Inspired by my great company and Classic FM on the iPad, these two nodded off. Incidentally, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony (No. 6 in F major, Op. 68) was playing which seemed rather fitting. No, seriously, it was. I love it when music fits the mood.
As I write, my darling BeAnne is on her third bath in as many days. Bunny digging. So much bloody earth all over my bathroom, that’s all I will say.
I am depressed muchly but on a plus side the bathroom has never looked so clean – thank you Daisy!
Meanwhile, Monster is doing fine.
He is definitely one of the family with no intention of leaving, which is lovely.
Also, Lambie has employment so I was taking photos for his biography.
He is a brand Lamb-assador (see what I did there, geddit?)
I spent the morning looking for his good side.
Of course, Lambie got his best Garbo out!
A bijoux Winning Smile (WS).
Lambie’s interested interview face.
Looking straight into the camera with a hint of WS (Winning Smile).
Lambie is secretly still a Mummy’s Boy. It was one of those perfect mornings spent with friends.