Mommie is taking a break and she won't be putting new episodes on this website until September. (That doesn't mean I won't do things that should
be reported, though.)
Mommie says her garden and other outdoor activities are taking a lot of time which doesn't leave a lot of time for her to write.
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HERE WE GO AGAIN
Mommie says we were going on another trip to the mountains.
This time I got to ride in the rear window – on top of all the luggage. Mommie made sure Auntie Helen put up a screen so I couldn't get into the front seat area. Even though cousin Gary was along for part of the ride, I had access to a small water pan
and a dish of food. No treats showed up until we got to the motel.
It was fun to smile at all the kids in cars that passed us. Some of them pointed and I know they were looking at me. But Mommie gave me a little pill that she said would
calm me down, so I slept most of the way there. Mommie did let me out at all the rest areas. We would always go to the back of the rest area where the pets were supposed to go. Of course, there were dogs, but I never saw another cat. Mommie said most kitty
mommies can't trust their cats to come when they are called. I was really a good boy and was obedient. Besides, I was afraid Mommie might leave me and I didn't want to deal with any dogs.
The first night at the motel was fun. Mommie took
me into the room and then proceeded to get the luggage out of the car. The door was just ajar enough that I slipped through. After Mommie got all settled, she started looking for me. I found the nice clerk at the front desk who couldn't resist petting me.
When Mommie finally came to the front desk, the lady had found a nice box of kitty treats. (Boy, were they good. I wish Mommie had that kind.) Since Mommie hadn't told the clerk I was along, Mommie had to pay an extra $10 for me.
Mommie thought I was worth the $10. I love Mommie!