About me

I’m originally from England but I’m now happily living in the US. I truly love it here except for the S.N.O.W (Shit No One Wants)

I’m a crazy cat lady in training, a subservient galley slave to two very fat and very lazy cats, one much loved and horribly missed angel cat, one miniature chupacapra/hellhound mix and one flatulent (and fat) beagle.

I’m a voracious reader, I have been known to read cooking instructions on cans of soup when I’ve got desperate. I’ve never been desperate enough to read political clap trap though.

I’m a confirmed travel addict, an enthusiastic cook, a good friend and last but not least I have a twisted sense of humour and a mouth with a death wish.

I spell in both English and American so if it looks wrong, it’s the other!

Oh did I mention cats?

I seriously love the imperious wee beasties. I’m especially besotted with ginger stripey cats and pure black kittehs I’d have an absolute houseful if I could.

39 thoughts on “About me

  1. Omg I love cats too. I also had a red cat. Unfortunately, last week we had to suppress it because it was sick. He was with me for 12 years, I have not yet passed.
    We’ll probably take another puppy but it will never be like her 😣

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      1. The C of E or the throne? Wee Willie can have the throne – the Church? Now there’s a conundrum. I think I’ll go with Robert Mondavi because I kind of like the whole turning water into wine bit!

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      2. So the Brits get the Vatican money?? Since I’m now on this side of the Atlantic can’t we surrender the senate and congress instead? Of course, that would mean losing the Judicial branch of government too since we’d be bowing to that Higher Power so we wouldn’t need attorneys etc –
        Good job you’re a dab hand at flipping burgers huh?!

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  2. I don’t know why I hadn’t seen this before but I burst out laughing. Before reading this, I actually thought you lived in the UK!!
    I grew up with English too, but got used to the American english and still use the word Brinjal occasionally! 😉

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  3. Wee beasties is pure English. LOL I laughed when I read about you reading the back of soup cans. I read the water heater decal every time I am in the bathroom (TMI I know) and the back of cereal boxes. I understand the struggle of being desperate to read. If it has letters/words I read it.

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