Wednesday, January 24, 2007
My First Blogiversary!
I also attended a fun kitty nap-a-thon at The Calico Girls' place.
My humans went to Cumbria and dumped me in the kitty jail. When I got out, I posted a gallery of pictures of me and my fellow big floofy friends. I also made the acquaintance of the Meowers from Missouri. My humans went to Mericky and dumped me in the kitty jail again! I had a terrifying cat-napping experience with a man with a van but it all ended happily.
I started taking part in Widebody Wednesdays and hid from the noisy fireworks on Bonfire Night. I spent a lot of time guarding my garden from the Evil Intruder Kitties but my mum did write a Tale of Devotion for me for Skeezix's competition.
I spent a lot of time snuggling with my mum and stayed safe from the London Tornado. I bought a Cat Blogosphere Calendar which included pictures of me. I celebrated my 100th post and endured a trip to the v-e-t's for vaccinations. I helped my mum to put up Christmas decorations and write Christmas cards. London got foggy and I joined my humans on a trip to Devon Grandma's for Christmas.
What a busy year my first year of cat-blogging has been. I wonder what the next year will bring?
P.S. Today in London we saw our first little bit of snow of the winter - snow pictures coming soon!
Congratulations again. Mum is thinking of making trifle for Valentine's Day so maybe I'll get some...
I has been a pleasure getting to know you this past year. We have had lots of fun doing Nap-A-Thons and the Catolympics. Even a few sword fights on Dickens Chat.
Lots of purrs, headbuts and scritches from Derby, Vir-ginger and Mum.
A good look back Eric. I have enjoyed reading your blog since it started. Keep up the good work, my friend. Or, is it good fun? :-)
Going back to lurk mode...
The ArtsyCatsy staff
It's all thanks to you that we got our own blog cos mum googled cat sites, and the name Fat Eric came up amongst them.She read right through your blog and told us all about you. We told her that we wanted to blog to. Well as they say, the rest is history.
Happy blogging and many more of them.
China Cat & Willow
PS Winter has been hard to find around here, too, until just recently.