Some of you guessed correctly in the previous post! I was being lectured heh...I always look like this when being lectured at. In this case, for barking at a group of little kids outside. Couldn't help it, they were very noisy.
Last weekend I went to visit LadyY. I love going to her house as there's a big garden to play in. Mostly, I love the yummy snacks UncleT gives me. LS said UncleT is as old as time and his memory is not so good. That explains his constantly giving me snack after snack, forgetting that he has given me earlier. That's what I like about him hee...
I like him so much that I even followed him to the bathroom and got locked in with him. He didn't realise I was in with him till a while into his 'business' *cough cough* I know...eeww...I wouldn't have followed him in if I knew in the first place.
I came out a while later, feeling rather sorry for myself. Really. But not as sorry as LS. I smelled of thick cigarette smoke. It seems that UncleT loves to smoke when he's in his private toilet.
LS had to wind down her car window when we were driving home, trying to air me out. I had to be shampooed three times before I smell like my old self.
Good thing LS didn't think of taking a picture for the album. I looked so fuzzy and puffy after the bath. I guess you would be too if you have to go through three washings, wouldn't you?
Lesson to be learned : Never follow humans into the bathroom.
On another note, we received this lovely award from Abby. It's really so sweet of Abby to think of us.
Thank you, Abby!
The award states: "This blog invests and believes in PROXIMITY - nearness in space, time and relationships!" In other words, blogs that receive this award "are exceedingly charming. These kind bloggers aim to find and be friends. They are not interested in prizes or self-aggrandizement. Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated. Please give more attention to these writers! Deliver this award to eight bloggers who must choose eight more and include this cleverly-written text into the body of their award."