Is this the day, Mummy when we go on our separate holidays?
May’s comment: Yes, Miss D, it is.
I woke up this morning and looked at you two fur balls curled up by my side. We’re back in position now that Charlie has gone home. My heart feels a little heavy because as much as I need to get going and do what I have to do, I do not like leaving the two of you. I know you will be fine. Maybe a little unsure at first when you realise at day’s end, there’s no Mummy in sight – and you end up in someone else’s bed or at another home. But I know you will be in safe hands and you will be fine. It’s just me and my “separation anxiety” that is causing the heaviness in my heart as I prepare to leave you behind. 🙂
I watched you wake up with such an unlady-like big yawn! LOL! You turn to look at me – checking to see if I am ready to rise as well. I stared at your beautiful long eye-lashes and thought to myself – you have the most beautiful face Then little Georgie wakes up too and the battle of kisses begins. And then the stare …Is it breakfast yet?
Breaking my moment of romance!
You guys are such predictable eating machines. But I let myself believe that your morning licks and waggy tails is saying – We love you. You are the best thing in the whole wide world!