Bonjour, Chatties! Bienvenue à Tattle Queue mardi!
Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the Mosaic Tribe's descent upon their new North Carolina home that they named "Frog Hill".
Here is the trusty 1991 Ford Explorer that was towed behind the moving truck. Mosaic Lady got it in 1995.
Mosaic Dawg and two to three cats rode in the Explorer while Mosaic Lady and one to two cats rode in the cab with our driver. (Walter ALWAYS rode up front, often in ML's arms.)
Why the long snout, Mosaic Dawg?
She is embarrassed to be shown in the same photo as the SUV. It has been severely neglected.
First: it is not registered in the state of NC.
Second: the battery has been dead for months.
Third: I think the windshield says it all.
Mosaic Lady does not even have her NC driver's license yet!
I hope she gets it before we go to South Carolina for Christmas because I do not think I would be comfortable in jail.
(Do not worry! She has a CO license valid till 2012.)
No, those are definitely not my feets on the windshield. I'm sure they are Sadie's. She is a chavette.
I suddenly feel quite dirty sitting here. It has triggered my OCD repetitive grooming ritual.
I have an addendum to last week's tattle involving ML's "gardening" "skills".
See these pots? These empty pots?
They, too, made the trip from CO to NC because ML was sure that she was going to do a lot of container gardening in this wonderful climate where pansies can grow on a covered porch year-round!
She set them out on this wall next to the car (the wonderful loaner Lexus from our godmother) in July for planting.
They sat there, empty, until two weeks ago, when she finally pierced the delusional veil of denial she lives behind, and put them on the ground.
She believes she might still get some pansies into them for the mild winter.
(It is a very thick veil, Kitties.)
Rainy days and Tuesdays always get me down.
Frenchy Frog is telling me how sorry he is that I must endure such humiliating living conditions here on Frog Hill.
Je regret, he whispers into my ear.
Au revoir, Chatties! Good day and Good Tattles!