Thursday, 29 November 2007

Thirteen Things

Apologies for my lack of blogging lately, Meowmie has been so busy, she is managing a major office move and has no spare time to help me. She does spin by and read your bloggies via Bloglines but apologies for not leaving comments as much as we would like! You know, she hasn't even taken any new photos or videos of me either to put on my blog, but I think she will do so this weekend in the day see she leaves for work when it is still darkish and doesn't get home til after dark so there is no nice light for me to pose. I am very eager to show off my latest whisker growth to you all!

My Thursday Thirteen is inspired by my surroundings, here are thirteen famous buildings we can see from our home!

1. Canary Wharf

2. Tower 42

3. St. Paul's Cathedral

4. The Old Bailey

5. The London Eye

6. Big Ben

7. The Barbican

8. St. Pancras Station

9. BT Tower

10. Centre Point

11. The Trellick Tower

12. The Stock Exchange Tower

13. The Gherkin

Healthwise I am OK, just one sick-up since my last blog post on Monday, and that was today - I binged my food whilst Meowmie was at work and was sick on the sofa! Well...what does she expect if she leaves us alone all day!

Happy thursday!


Rosemary B❤️ said...

I love gorging on snacking too :-P
Stormie, you reside in the most absolutely amazing place! What views and excitement.
Our mommie has been horrid and coming up with silly excuses (no major office moves, she could never come up with an idea like that anyway)
We are just so happy that you are doing well.
We love looking at your adorable face... and Castle too. so, we are hoping that both of you are well and happy. stay warm and cozy in that very snazzerifically located domicile.

puuurrrrr and purrrrr

muffinmidi said...

That gherkin building reminds Mommy of something and it's no a pickle.

Anonymous said...

Well, blogger is being rude. I can no longer leave a link to my site when I visit folks.

The woman was very excited to see all those places Storm because she just got to go there!

HRH Yao-Lin said...

Hey Storm you have a fantastic view from your flat! My human has been to many of those places. x

Starbuck and Torrey said...

Beautiful pics! As usual, makes me miss London!

Nomi said...

Sik on da sofer ? Dat is rweely norty but as you is a poorly poodin, I spect yor mummy forgifs you. I was in Londun the other week but I didnt see you lukin out your windows

Kaze, Latte, & Chase said...

I love to gorge myself and yak. It just feels so good to eat until you pop!


michico*Adan*Lego-小芥*阿丹*樂高 said...

The Gherkin and the London Eye are the most wanted place that I want to be there~!!!!

I have read those on many magazine~!!! Must be very good~!!!!

Good Day to you, Storm~!!!
Thanks for kind words for Adan, not to worry, stepmom was gone 3 years ago. Adan is ok :)

Anonymous said...

Lovely photos.

The Meezers or Billy said...

mommy says that gherkin building is really weird.

Stormie, thank you so much for your donation - we knows you haf lots of v-e-t bills. we are so thankful to haf friends like you and your mommie.

The Furry Kids said...

Our mom hasn't been helping us blog very much either. I guess it's just a busy time of year for beans. I can't wait to see your whiskies!


Dragonheart, Merlin, Devi, and Chloe said...

I hope things become less busy for your mom soon!

Glad to hear you are doing well, Storm. :) I tend to binge on hard food and sick it back up, so I only get served small amounts of crunchies in one go.

Lots of famous buildings near where you live!

Christine and FAZ said...

Oh my human works in a big office too (in Baker Street) and she never seems to have much time anymore. She comes and goes in the dark too. We should teleport to somewhere fun and have a party. FAZ

None said...

You have quite a view! At least that provides some intertainment while the servants wander off for the day. I've been in the same situation as you lately, the servants have been busy alot and my blogging has not been a "priority". Unbelievable these humans!


Daisy said...

That is so amazing that you can see those from your home! I hope you can post your pictures soon because I would like to admire your new whisker growth.

Kaze, Latte, & Chase said...

Hi again Storm! You said something about music being on my site? I'm curious what it sounds like? We didn't know I was playing music as our speakers are always off.


Samantha & Mom said...

Wow, Storm what a view you have from where you live. Mom's daughter went to London a couple of years ago and loved it. Very cool buildings. (Was each number suppose to have a picture attached to the name?) We only saw 6 pictures. We are so glad you have been doing okay health wise. Hope to see your whiskers soon.
Your FL furiends,

Mickey's Musings said...

Wow!!! You have quite a view! Mom is jealous.Last time she was in London, some of those places were not there :0
St. Pauls was however,(I think)!hahaha!!

Poppy Q said...

Dems nice pictures of London - my mum lived there in 1994!! So long ago. Can you see dem all from your house - wow!!

rashbre said...

Brilliant 'base camp' location, wherever it is and I'm assuming there's not a Mary Poppins/Peter Pan moment involved, although there almost could be.


Forty Paws said...

Concatulations on only 1 sick up since Monday! Whoo hoo! Some of us pig out on our food and then yak it right back up too.

Luf, Us

Lux said...

I'm glad you're doing okay, Storm ... Mom and I love the pictures of your surroundings. Very beautiful!

Jimmy Joe said...

I'm glad you were feelin' good pretty much all week, Storm! I know what you mean about mommas bein' too busy. Momma just looked at your pictures and she's goin' on and on now about how she wants to visit London again.
Your buddy, Jimmy Joe

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Unknown said...

That last one looks like a bullet. It should be called The Bullet.

Tara said...

I just don't understand how humans can get so busy? We haven't been blogging much lately either, so I know how you feel!

Those are some really interesting looking buildings!