And therefore we didn't get a chance to do this last week.
First up this week
Our epic pals from Brian's Home very sadly lost sweet Dolly early last week.
Mew will be missed terribly by everyone who knew mew, and know that even though mew've moved into another realm mew will never be forgotten in this one.
Rest in Peace sweetheart.
Next up in the news
Fudge's on Garden Duty
Watch Fudge on Instagram as he snoopervises the work so far. This was done the weekend of the 5th and 6th March prior to the burnt fingers.
There's a bit more to do and then we can start the painting which was planned for last year but never happened, so it's on this year's to-do list again OOPS! MOL!
Finally this week
A Sneak Peek of The Easter Crafting with Cats Special.
Oh, we nearly forgot, mew can see a little video on Instagram with Smooch and Melvyn, plus mew'll be able to see their epically epic mouse! MOL
BBHQ Haunted Happenings ~ A Ghostly Sighting in Australia.
It was the third week when I woke up in the middle of the night and there was a young boy looking straight at me. It took a second or two to realise I wasn't still asleep, and the boy was actually standing in the nightstand and then I realised he was semi-transparent with just his head, torso and arms visible. At that point I was really freaked out, but the thing that really bothered me was his expression, and I can still see it in my minds eye today over two decades later.
He was about eight or nine years old, wearing a really tatty and dirty white collarless shirt, in fact, if I had to describe him, he was like a Victorian street urchin or waif. He had very dirty pale skin and reddish-blonde hair. And the expression on his face was like a sinister/malevolent toothy grin.
This all happened in under ten seconds, as when he smiled I ducked under the covers and shut my eyes and prayed that I was just dreaming, which I knew I wasn't.
Upon reflection after the fact I don't think he was sinister, I just felt he didn't really know how to smile properly and his attempt at smiling was more fluffing scary than friendly.
I did go and speak with a medium at the time and get her to come to the apartment to communicate with the boy, and she told me this:
He had no name and had worked on the docks or nearby, and his alcoholic father beat him to death in that building.
And I was probably the first person to have seen him since he was killed a couple of hundred years earlier, so he was probably delighted that someone could finally see him and my reaction of hiding under the covers was probably not the one he wanted either!
I asked the medium to help him into the light, so he wasn't trapped in that place any longer as I felt he needed to be free from the horrors he was subjected to while alive.
Whether he moved on I don't know, I didn't see him again while I was there, so I'm hoping he went to a better place.
If you'd like to know more about my ghostly sightings, let me know in the comments.
That's us done for today, Amber will be back on Friday with another fab book just for mew, and if mew missed Monday's post click here to get the latest colouring mandala, or if mew want some Brain Training click here to get all the latest puzzles.