Which has some merit, I guess... But I am seriously considering installing a second front door so I can have a catflap.
The boys have gotten used to having a human-on-demand (Mother, who just went back to Rome) opening doors for them 357894579 times per day, and can't quite figure out why things have gone back to the "If you don't come back in NOW, you'll be OUT for at least ten hours" situation. They are not impressed, and the current arrangement has very likely gone onto the list of my failings as a cat butler.
But anyway. :)
I have had occasion to dance the Tuna Dance (Young Jack dances that every time he sees me reaching for a tin of tuna. I should video it for posterity, really) several times over these past few days.
(Which isn't really a dignified or befitting behaviour, but what the hell. I had reason to!).
Tuna Dance item #1 was this:
Presents from the guys at work - I did indeed dance the Tuna Dance excessively, and was overjoyed upon discovering that there are 2 more Jack mugs to be had (different colours, see. I need to get me to a Disney store NOW).
Tuna Dance item #2 was this:
The lovely, delightful and delicious Ash & Eva got that for me in America...... I *seriously* danced (and showed off the set to everybody at work - they are *so* jealous, especially that lot in Projection. We are all hardcore Jack fans), and kind of embarrassed myself in the process, because I was at work..... *grin*
Young Jack jumped on the table as I was taking the picture - he approves..........:)
Tuna Dance item #3 was this:
Was delivered yesterday, finished it tonight on the way back from work.
Adventure! Ghosts!! Cursed ships and dashing lieutenants!!!
Enjoyed the book immensely - a page turner story (because you DO wonder how our hero is going to put the 'curse' to rest), excellent dialogue and fabulous illustrations. My only whinge is that it is TOO SHORT... I want MORE!!
Go read and call me a silly duck if you don't agree.......:)