A new name for the cat

Just a quick thought…

My husband likes to call the cat Sir Fur (he does have a lot of that!!).

The cat likes to drink from the bidet (you know, those small, low bowls we have in Italy in the bathroom? Which, btw, I just can’t understand why they are not in everybody’s bathroom!! What on earth do you do every time you need to wash certain bits?!! Do you actually have a shower every time?!!)

Anyway, the cat’s name has become Lucifer! As in Loo Sir Fur

I love it!




Un sogno diventato realtà per le amanti della ballerina. Un tripudio di colori, forme e pellami ! Ballerette è .com ma è anche negozi. E naturalmente ce n’è uno a Bologna.

Ci sono andata e…sono tornata a casa con due paia di ballerine! Ho preferito vederle dal vivo per la prima volta, controllare che “fosse tutto oro quel che luccicava”!  La vestibiltà è direi normale, io porto un 38 e 38 ho acquistato. La qualità sembra buona, anche se il tempo dovrà confermare o smentire…Il costo: il modello base “alleggerisce” solamente di 69 euro ma si arriva anche a 189 per i modelli più particolari. Io ho preferito due paia del modello Colonna, che è la classica ballerina con punta tonda e laccetto.

É ovvio che io adoro questo tipo di scarpa, la trova estremamente chic, comoda e versatile.

Ballerette ha tinte che trovo stupende, come queste per esempio:

o queste:

Non sono meravigliose?!! Perfette anche con la gamba bianchiccia primaverile…




Ever tried to stroke a cat? If the cat doesn’t want to be stroked, he/she will a) run away b) if that not possible, try to stop you by scratching you. That is how a “normal” cat would behave.

Douglas doesn’t (he is my very much-loved cat). This is him: he sees your hand approaching, as he is walking by, with his usual nonchalance ( as in rather slowly!), when your hand is close by, he will  lower himself just a little, while continuing walking though, in order to avoid your hand.  If that doesn’t work, he will just lower himself more and very slowly (this is definitely a prerogative of his) slide his legs out in opposite directions until he reaches the ground, where he will patiently endure a bit of stroking.

I have never, ever seen him doing anything else. He is certainly extremely patient and more than a little lazy. I guess he has been brought up by my sons, who have raised him to put up with all kind of harassment!