Not withstanding that Blogger has been particularly kind tonight and let us upload our photos in record time so please excuse the 'eggzorbitant' amount of photos of the Goose with a tennis ball. I mean really and truly.
The lovely rainbow coloured ball wot everyone commented on and said 'Oh how lovely' lasted till Boxing Day when it dieded.
So we sent Mum back to work this week and she came home with a great big tennis ball wot has kind of fur on it like a tennis ball and we are giving it a BORDER TERRIER test to see if it lasts more than 2 days.
First job for the Goose to remove the gladwrap, more space junk!!!
Right well to be scientifically fair - the test needs to be the same on all balls which means Magoo gets to play with them for about OH give or take 8 minutes. By which time either the ball is gonna DIE BY TEETH or the Goose will DIE BY EGGZORSTION
So by about here where she stops and just looks at it Mum reckons she can risk life n limb and nimbly remove it from the Gooses teeth n her "Beckham nimble" feet.
Yep, just in time, that tongue is about cooked. If anyone knows of a ball that will stand the test of time now is a good time to let us know. I mean even our friend Zack in Canada has demolished a hardy looking basketball. Maybe a giant cricket ball kind of thing do you think?
Just in case you thought I had disappeared, this is what I was doing while all this was going on. Its called 'Mum Multitaskin' apparently....., cow milkin thingies - my fave thing........
And now for a quiz - Which of these 3 fings don't belong in this picture? Yep the Chicken Flavoured toothpaste which Mum found out does not hold much healin properties for her foot blisters. Not a good idea to put two blue tubes side by side on the bench when you is silly AND has bad eyesight.
And now for the elephunts. The zoo is just by Western Springs which is 5 minutes Magoo speed walk down the road from our house. So sometimes at 3 and 4 and 5am in the morning we can hear the monkeys and the lions at the zoo (if we is not sleepin). And Mum went there this week with her friends and took some photos of Burma "Bush Bear". (Honestly if I'd known you could do this as a career I would have paid attention in Biology and got myself a degree)
After a command into the ear, Burma stepping handler down!!!!!