I am very thankful that Dad was not trying to play with my beloved Mousey yesterday. He did toss it in the air which set off my beloved's jingle bell, but he claimed he was "just moving it out of the way..." and something about how I shouldn't be leaving him in the hallway.
I haven't spoken much about my darling on the blog. Mousey & Me, A Tale of Forbidden Love was the very first story Mom and I ever wrote together and it's what spawned the idea for my book and later this very blog. Mousey is so precious to me and without him my life literally wouldn't be the same.
I know the nature of our love is scandalous, but one look into his beaded black eyes and I know I can't do anything else but love him. I hope you don't judge me.
What am I saying you're my friends, you'll understand.
Having fallen in love with a dirty sock or 2...I understand.ReplyDelete
Sorry for my lack of commenting at your places friends... lack of my own thumbs I have to rely on you know who... She is barely useful to blog these days much less comment.ReplyDelete
She at least is letting me read all your blogs for now.
No judgement here Fin...our Ben had a tumultuous relationship with a knitted mouse called Ratita for some time when he was younger!ReplyDelete
Fin, we love you and no judgement at all! We understand your love for mousie very much. We hope your dad had fun with him and returned him in excellent shape!!! Lots of love, Holly and momReplyDelete
Me knows how yous feels! Me too had a Mousie! My beloved was chewed into tiny bits by my hairy slobbery sister Sam. Me had just about forgotten, until me readed your post...Nellie
I won't even get into my secret. It's so secret, in fact, that my human hides it in a drawer and only pulls it out for me when no one is looking! She says that's so it won't vanish somewhere, but I know the shameful truth.ReplyDelete
Well, thank Cod! We had a mental picture of your Dad, rolling around on the floor, gently merrowing and bunny-kicking Mousey, and we were appalled.ReplyDelete
Alfie has fallen in love wiv our noo ham-mick ~ and I love my Peggy's blankie!ReplyDelete
Oh, of course we understand. :)ReplyDelete
Of course we understand! We probably all have or have had unusual love affairs. :-)ReplyDelete
Are you kidding? OF COURSE I UNDERSTAND!!ReplyDelete
I share the same love affair with my red mousie....I just can't get enough of him.
I am an Aries cat and red is the color of Aries...naturally of ALL the mousies that I have (of MANY assorted colors) I go for the RED one!
Oh and I bring my mousie into the hallway too. Doesn't your Daddy know that is OUR way of thanking our parents for our "foods?"
Tell him to step around it! Geeze!! xoxo
Whew, sure glad Dad wasn't playing with mousie. WE understand perfectly your love for mousie. We love our mousies too. You have been with that mouse for a long time. Hope you have a really fun day Fin.ReplyDelete
I totally understand Fin, you can always talk to us!ReplyDelete
Abigail has a mousey and Anna has a little lamb. Obviously we don't discriminate.ReplyDelete
Fin, I understand so well. I adore my Scruffy Rat. I have had him since I was a few months old and now I will soon be 11. I am not one for playing all day or partaking in nip, but Ratty is different. He is always there for me, well, apart from the twice he got lost, and then I was lost without him. Mum calls him Fred Bare but she doesn't understand, he has character. So you see Fin, how could I possibly judge you.ReplyDelete
Oh I understand, Fin. After all, I love my nip tomato and some would think that is odd.ReplyDelete
Of course we understand Fin. Love will never be understood nor denied. We are glad you has Mousey to love!ReplyDelete
Fin, of course we understand! Love is blind, as they say.ReplyDelete
Hey, we're in love with a lot of um...unusual things here. We're not going to judge.ReplyDelete
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