Saturday, January 2, 2010

Just so long as someone brings peanut butter crackers.

I told mama this morning that our grey cat, Irene, has been missing for the past two days. Mama sarcastically remarked, (because she thinks it's too good to be true that Irene is missing - she's never liked her-) that we'd better prepare for her funeral.

AnnMarie, who was quite frustrated with our slowness in producing her breakfast of peanut butter crackers, mumbled under her breath, "Maybe there will be crackers at the funeral."

11 comments:

White Alice said...

Hahahaha! :P

Poor cat and oh for the comments of little girls.

Nathan said...

I'll come..... if there are crackers.
Nathan

Jean Marie said...

aaHAHAhahahhahaHAHaa.....crazy. I wonder if you were like that when you were AnnMarie's age....eh, Betsy? How old is AnnMarie? :D Hahahaha....crazy.

~ Tacy-Betsin

Katie said...

AnnMarie is 14, but she has a genetic disorder and is autistic, so obviously she's a lot different from normal 14 year olds.

I'm pretty sure I was even more like that when I was little, Tacy. :)

Anonymous said...

tell mama maybe Irene is just "getting more kitties" somewhere!

Katie said...

Anonymous: Okay, I'm going to have to disable the anonymous option. I hate it when people don't sign their names.

No, she isn't. You can very much tell when she's expecting, and she hasn't been.

It's been a pretty long time. I'm afraid we've seen the last of Irene Adler. Maybe she was so shocked by how they used her namesake in the new, horrible movie that she died of horror.

Emily said...

Katie: NO KIDDING!!!!!!! That's probably EXACTLY what happened!!!!! Jake and Trey and I nearly DIED of HORROR!!!!

Katie said...

I didn't even see the movie - just the trailer, and that was enough for me. Abominable liberties they did take with it!

Emily said...

I didn't see ANY of it; we just read the reviews.

Courtney said...

:) Oh, I how love her.

Nasada said...

hahaha!!

we had a dog that went missing for a day and a half...and then just showed up :D