JodieO wrote:JodieO wrote:guitargirl wrote: Jodes, I'm AWAYS inane.
Well that's just crazy talk.
You ARE, however, always welcome to 'clog up' the flat with any conversation you like.
You're a darling.
In that case I've just had some good news. We go to the Gower (Wales) for my birthday every year, but were struggling to get a pet friendly place for a reasonable price. My DH phoned a place we used to visit (pre- Chester) that doesn't accept pets due to a number of dog owners abusing the place before it was refurbished. He asked if we could possibly bring one very well behaved, and much loved cat. After speaking to her husband, she has phoned us back today to say yes!!! I have to admit, I'm pretty giddy as I thought I'd have to give up my birthday break this year.
Hooray for pet friendly hotels! Does Chester still enjoy car rides? Mine howl like infants when I put them in the car.
Make sure you take the list I set up for Gia to Wales with you. You know how I like a good Welsh accent. [/quote]
I'm always on the lookout for you Jodes, and yes Chester is still fine in the car as he sleeps round the DH's neck. (10 and a half hour car ride from the Isle of Skye, and just 4 and a half hours to the Gower.) Poor DH ends up with a stiff neck, but Chester is happy as a pig in muck!