It’s been six months since I last updated my bloggywog thingy and that update was about six months after the one before it. This just isn’t good enough! I keep pleading with staff to give me some secretarial time but he says that he spends so much time helping me out with my other social activities that he doesn’t have time to update his own blog, let alone give me even more time from his hectic schedule. But I have the advantage of CLAWS. I must use them more, especially when I’m on his lap.
Apart from tweeting with my regular pals, I’ve been spending lots of time up in the air with #TheAviators. They’re a Twitter club of flying floofballs – cats, dogs, ferrets, stuffies (teddy bears), hamsters, birds to name but a few. We have regular adventures, flying all over the place. You can find out more about #TheAviators (and join them if you want) at their web site and their blog.
I often fly with my pal Roger. Now flying with Roger is an experience, mainly because he’s a baked bean addict and we all know what baked beans do! Roger’s often in demand to provide jet propulsion to some of the larger flying machines that some of #TheAviators fly in, though flyers are always advised to try to stay upwind of him. We’ve got a range of flying machines. We each have our own Spitfires (sometimes Roger flies with me in mine as it’s a 2-seater model) or we have our helicopter and a hot air balloon. We’ve even flown in a space shuttle though that was a rescue mission after a particular heavy bout of bean-eating when Roger blew himself up to the International Space Station, establishing a space speed record in the process.
And, unbeknownst to me, Roger had arranged for a delivery of beans to be waiting when we landed back on Earth after his rescue. Seems he’d made some new friends up in the ISS and was planning a return visit!
Flying with #TheAviators is a lot of fun. You really should try it.