Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to all my pawsome followers.
 
My New Years Resolutions
 
 Change the "Three second rule" to the "Five second rule"
(I'm getting slower in my old age)
 
Continue to make Stalker Cats life as difficult as possible.
 
Retrain the hoomans that if it's edible it's mine.
 
Sniff more butts.
 
Send more pee mails.
 
Spread as much love as I can around the world.
 
Last but not least:-
 
Keep up to date with my blogging.
 
I think that just about covers it, but being the cheeky pup I am I reserve the right to change them at any time.
 BOL  
 
Christmas Day here was a sad affair, with floods and power cuts in our local area. 
 
It was cold and damp with no Christmas Dinner as we are all electric so mummy couldn't cook it.
 
We went out for a walk and I was shocked to find my favourite field was under water!
 
 
 I wanted to go swimming but mummy said No as it was far to dangerous with fast moving water. So we wandered along to the Boat House.
 
 
I couldn't believe it, everywhere was flooded it was devastating!!!
Apparently Godalming even made the News on the TV but we never saw it as we had no power.
 
Luckily for us our house is on top of a big hill so we didn't get wet, but here are some pictures mummy took of the canal overflowing.
 
 

 
 
Luckily the floods didn't stop Santa Paws from getting through, so all was well at Boo Boo Towers.
 

Wishing you all a happy and healthy 2014.
xxxx

Badger Boo's Daft Adventures


7 comments:

  1. OMD it looks bad. Stay safe and thank God the weather is mild for all of you with no power. Wishing you BB and your family a very Happy & Prosperous New Year. May all your dreams come true in 2014. Have a wonderful Wednesday and we hope you had a pawsome night.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Wow! That's a lot of water!!! I'm glad you and your family live on a hill.....being without power is a real bummer! I hope all is well now! xoxo

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  3. We are so sorry that Christmas had a flood. Being without power is never fun especially at the holidays. We wish you a dry and warm 2014. Lee and Phod

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  4. Happy New Year, Badger! Oh my...what a flood! Look at all that water. I am so glad Santa was still able to deliver all your gifts so your holiday wasn't a complete bust.
    *high paw*
    Oz

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  5. yes sadly the weather ruined many a Christmas this year, glad at least you were not flooded out.I think mummy was quite sensible in not letting you swim, difficult to get out when there is no bank.
    Our river over flowed and flooded here as well, but we could not get put of the village to go photograph it as all the routes were flooded.
    and a woof woof to you all for 2014

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  6. Goodness, that looks terrible! So sorry it messed up your Christmas. On the bright side, when the water subsides there should be some good mud to get into! Happy New Year!

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  7. What a shame! Sorry you didn't get to cook Christmas Dinner - I hope it was all still saveable and edible when the power was back on. Fantastic photo's, but not really in a good way. Fingers crossed you don't get any more floods this year.

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