it’s cat against squirrel. the cat ponders his options. i’m bigger than him, but he’s faster than me. if i
pounce on him, i flatten him and win. but he could bite me, and he’s got sharp teeth. raw squirrel could
be tasty, but we’re having chicken alfredo for dinner, with parmesan cheese and zesty tomato sauce and
rocky road ice cream for dessert.
forget the squirrel- i’m taking a nap!
yesterday the los angeles galaxy won the championship of american soccer! it was a happy day for the team
and the fans, but it was a sad day too because it was landon donovan’s last game.
thank you landon for all the great goals, the great world cup moments, the threading the needle passes
and your smiling face. we will miss you.
good luck on your next adventure!
one of my favorite days of the year! mashed potatoes, yams, stuffing, thick gravy, corn
bread, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and a big fat turkey!
i might skip dinner tonight to build up my appetite… or maybe i’ll skip seconds. or, well,
oh, i’m so anxious for that turkey, it’s making me hungry! and i still have to wait 2 whole
frans did a fuddles reading and drawing demonstration at the casa verdugo library in glendale. the kids
did a fuddles treasure hunt too, and they asked frans a bunch of questions. librarian vivian dulay organised
the event. (she’s in the picture with frans, holding my fuddles book.)
and with frans and my christmas book is maureen, the owner of once upon a time bookstore in montrose,
(the oldest children’s bookstore in the country!)
i’m sad to report that there wasn’t much food on hand, so i’ll console myself with a big tuna casserole.
last week frans visited spencerport in upstate new york. he went to four elementary schools, munn,
bernabi, taylor and canal view. frans showed pictures and videos of me, and he made drawings of me
doing silly things which made the kids laugh. frans talked about writing and reading, and the kids asked
great questions and gave frans ideas for new fuddles books.
what i want to know is what was for lunch! frans got a nice meal each day- he even had lunch with some
special kids at taylor elementary school, where they talked about ideas and writing and drawing.
i would just talk about food.