February 5, 2010

We're still here

I know we haven't been  blogging much, but lots has not gone on here.  I mean there is a delay in the remodel and we are what my mom calls living out of a suitcase. Everything is squished together. So I am sitting right by mama and making her do this. 
Mama put a fleecy blankie on the daybed, and it is very nice for naps. She has had some doctors appointments and stuff. And we have a new cleaner-declutterer coming. We are both healthy right now and what else.  Oh, we won some awards but mama isn't spending much time on line, so they will be posted soon. Thank you to those who gave us the awards.  We haven't forgotten.
love to all,
ps. Check out my Sweetie's new blog look. He's very talented.


Kea said...

It's good to "hear" from you, Brandi! Very sorry there's a delay (another one or one long continual delay--lol), but glad you both are healthy. That's the most important thing. Oh, and fleece blankets are SO cosy to nap on!

Purrs and kitty kisses from the Fuzzy Tales crew

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Glad you're okay!

Mickey,Georgia , Tillie said...

We are happy that you and your Mom are well :) WE are sorry that the remodel is taking forever and living out of a suitcase cannot be fun.
We hope those silly beans get things organized quickly so you can enjoy your home !!!!
Purrs Mickey, Georgia Tillie

Huffle Mawson said...

Well, I'm glad that you and your mum are both well.

Shilgiah the Cat said...

Glad you and your momma are healthy.

Our mom says it's not much fun "living out of a suitcase" but Tommy my brother thinks it is fun to sleep in suitcases when our mom is getting ready to go places.

Have a snuggly week!

Mr. Hendrix said...

purrrrrrrrrrrs what is nice about being all squished together is that we can snuggle better. purrrrs i hope you are both staying warm and fraxie & maxie can come out to play soon.
i can come over tomorrow if you want to keep you both company.

"The Boys" and Karen said...

Brandi and your Mama,

"The Boys" and I are glad to see you back again.

They are beside themselves to hear you got a fleecy blankie! No way!

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