Saturday, February 17, 2007

Saturday Ketchup

Still not alot going on round her, just all of us chasing our tails.
Mommie and the young beans went to the boy beans Blue & Gold Banquet last night, for cub scouts. He will be moved up to wolf status as soon as he does a good deed. Does that mean he will be a wolfie, that could be bad as we cats don't like wolfies.
The bean girls basketball is over for this season, from what Mommie has tolded us, they did pretty good.
Mommie said that her parent beans are doing okay, her father was not feeling well last evening. Hopefully, he will feel better later today, if so, Mommie said that Grannie bean is going to try to get him out of the house for a while. The sun will make him feel better.
Daddy bean has been working lots lately, he is an assistant manager of a tire shop for all sizes of metal monsters. The girl bean made up der slogan: Tires, big and small, we got them all. She even colored a picture, which Daddy bean framed and too to work. Daddy bean will be going to class soon to be certified on lingments on all sizes of metal monsters.
We are going to try to hide from the young beans today. What's that Mommie, they are out of school an extra day, oh dear, can we teleport to someones house? We don't want to be patients and such. Somebody please help us.

Update: Mommie bean and the young beans just got back from her Moms house and told us that the boy bean had done a good deed for his Grandpa. Mommie also informed us that he was alredy a wolfie and is now a bear. Isn't that worse dan a wolfie? Mommie also said that it was way too cool still to get her Dad out of the house, maybe tomorrow.

3 comments:

Forty Paws said...

Sounds like a good idea to hide frum the mini beans. We dunt know wat dey r, but it dunt sownd gud.

Luf, Us

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

Yikes! Little beans! Better scope out the prime hiding spots in the house and stay there till Tuesday! Good luck!

Dragonheart said...

I hope your mom's day is feeling better.

Are young beans trouble? I've never had to deal with any young beans, so I don't know what they're like.