Monday, October 17, 2005

Pillow Talk.

This evening while I was all curled up napping, I let Mom rest her head on me. She does this only lightly, just to listen, she says. She always says she can hear my tummy. Then she imitates the sound she hears.

"That's your dinner making all that noise, William," she always says.

Isn't that silly? I can't hear it. I think she's really trying to purr. So I purr, hoping she'll figure out the right way to do it.


  1. Mom's often do weird things. what on earth would your dinner be talkin' 'bout?? i've tried to teach my Mom to purr for years and she just doesn't get the hang of it.

  2. My Mom doesn't get the hang of purring either. If you figure out how to train the moms to do that, let me know Wm.

  3. When I do the bunny purr mom tries to do the same but it just sounds wrong.

  4. It's kinda a bummer that people can't purr . . . keep tryin' to teach her, tho - it'd be really cool if she could learn. Was your dinner sayin' that it was lonely and wanted some more food to keep it company . . . ?
    Buzzerbee & meep

  5. Mom's can be silly sometimes, but it's nice of you to keep trying to teach her to purr. Definitely let us know if you find a way!


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