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English Choose a language for shopping. It is a wonderful poem that I remember from my childhood and it is one that resonates with me as I remember the train trips to my grannies. The last part of the book actually started out as the first part I still like this as an approach to the story and a little part of me preferred it that way. I started howling when Bernie ………. I just need to find more people of a like mind which takes me back to the opening part of the blog about the last few minutes and having faith.
The poem is much better without the amendments, I have to say. What way is the furnace not put out When the rain goes down the funnel?
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What will I have for my tea tonight? Is that the moon I see in the sky? The cinnamon drop I was sooking the now Has tumbled and stuck to my trousers. Some problems with wordpress last night so by the time it corrected it was time for my bed.
So too late to blog. The poem is well known in the area and is proudly displayed in the local train station. Is it feart to gang in the tunnel?
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Whit wey is the furnace no pit oot When the rain gangs doon the funnel? Is the next stop Kirkcaddy? Is yon the mune I see in the sky? Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Home About New Writing. Rhumtetum's Blog An old writing cat's peculiar world. Is it scared to go in the tunnel?
Bill Breckenridge (Author of Bernie Bolts Bergen)
He loved to play fetch and would come to the whistle and he would sit and wait for me every night waiting on his evening cuddle. At his very first show down in England I remember being stopped by a judge who asked me if I had seen the most stunning British Shorthair kitten that she had ever seen. By the age of 22 months he had achieved his Grand Champion status, the highest that could be achieved at that time and he collected rosettes and certificates for fun.
While he still won at that show, future shows became problematic especially if the judge smelled of perfume; male judges he was happy with. I still have memories of him and Nemie being walked on their leashes at a motorway service station on route to a show. They spotted some young rabbits and decided to give chase; my OH was almost pulled down a hill and off her feet by Nemie such was the strength of both cats. He had a strong territorial urge, woe betide any other tom, young or old that came near him. Yet, he was gentle with visiting queens, he would let them feed first until they had been with him for a few days but once the courting was over, first pickings were his.
Most remarkable was his relationship with a visiting Robin that had found some way into his pen and would sit and eat from his food bowl.
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The bird visited often and not once did he chase it away. His line continues; we have two Grand Champions sired by him and there are other show cats and beautiful pets dotted around the country, and abroad — Bernie, an international champion, being one of them.
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- Deux grands yeux dans la nuit (Les gens de Sylvanove t. 5) (French Edition).
All are stunning and characters in their own right. But there will only ever be one Rhumtetum. As I close my eyes I can still hear his beautiful low rumbling call which will no doubt be reverberating across the Rainbow Bridge at this very moment.