Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Is he (or she) fixing the car or fixing to fixing the car, and did you ever hear language like that in Britain?
What a cute picture! It looks just like the cat is holding up the car ready for the work to be done.Blessings, Star
What on earth was the cat looking at or reaching for...lol!
Too Funny, Jo.... My son had an OLD OLD car when he was a teen... We could hear it coming from a mile away... I used to ask him when he started that rattle-trap IF the squirrels were ready to turn the belts under the hood to keep it going???!!!! ha haHugs,Betsy
Cute pic Jo. Don't forget to come for the giveaway tomorrow night.
Adorable! I think we've all had those kind of cars. The very first I ever had was an old Morris Mini. It would chug along but I had a leak in the radiator and I couldn't afford to fix it. My dad gave me a bottle of water to carry around, and I had to fill the radiator every time I got up to the top of a hill. Of course, Dad gave me a safety lesson first. Made things very slow going for a while to wait for the radiator to cool down before filling it ;)
ahhh! that's such a cute picture! how much does he charge? my car could use a tune up :o)
Snowbrush...It may be fixin to fix the car ...lolStar, doesn't he look like he's doing the work ? lolGaston Studio, makes you wonder doesn't it..Betsy, that's it ! he's looking at squirrels....Donna, will be there !!Denise, sounds like my Ford Prefect my dad bought for me, at age 16. The faster you drove the slower the windscreen wipers went.It was murder in the rain...lolMary Evelyn, he would probably do it for kibble >^..^<
Hmmm, the cat and the hammer - sounds like the title of a children's book! I love your robin babies (above)!
Oh, how cute! I'm glad you caught this on camera!
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