Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Monday, January 3, 2011

NEW YEAR/NEW JOB

 AS THE NEW YEAR APPROACHES...I THOUGHT I'D SHOW
YOU MY NEW JOB. 

SITTING BY MOM'S DINNER PLATE.  YOU CAN FIND ME  HERE MOST NIGHTS.  I NEVER BOTHER MOM'S FOOD; HOWEVER, OFTEN I HAVE TO REMIND HER TO
KEEP HER ELBOWS OFF THE TABLE AND
EVERY SO OFTEN I HAVE TO TELL HER
SHE HAS A DRIBBLE ON HER CHIN....

MISS MADI MANNERS AT YOUR SERVICE

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MAMA J SAMMY AND ANDY'S MOM

34 comments:

  1. Madi!
    That sure is going to be a hard work!
    Good luck!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  2. I can't imagine Jack sitting on the table while I'm eating. I have enough trouble with him on the floor!

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  3. That's tough work, Madi.
    Hoomans have the tendacy to slip food off the table, and onto the floor, and it's our job to clean it up!
    But please don't make all hoomans mind their table manners too much, we won't get the crumbs!

    Woofs,
    Pepsi

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  4. Hi Madi & Mom,

    Madi, that is a very important job you have. Sometimes humans forget their manners and need to be reminded.

    I'm afraid if Cindi Lou got on the table at dinner time she would either be helping herself to the food or be sitting in the middle of the plate. Maybe she needs to take some lessons from the head diva.

    We love your new header photo!

    Hugs & Purrs,
    J and Cindi Lou
    and
    The Wild Bunch

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  5. By far you are the best table decoration ever, dear Madi!!
    Our little Edward is back at the vets... He spent a night at the vets last week and is back again this week. Even though he gave us all so much joy on Christmas day and New Year's Day, he wasn't feeling so well (and we all honestly couldn't wait to Monday morning to get him some professional help!). He is terribly constipated, poor little chap... Hopefully, we will have favorable news tomorrow morning. He's such a little gem of a fellow!
    Thanks so much for asking about him and for your prayers... he needs every one!!
    Blessings for a wonderful Year!
    Ann

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  6. PS If you could ask all your buddies to pray for Edward, dear Madi's Mom, we would sure appreciate it! I'm afraid I'm having quite a hard time blogging right now... between Edward being sick, and my son having been sick for all of December, and the holidays, and work the most I can do is post every now and then... hopefully this will change this week and I'll be able to get back to blogging!
    Thank you!
    Ann

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  7. That is some job you've got Madi! Sure hope it doesn't tire you out to much!

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  8. Very Important job you have Madi and can be very stressful....might need xtra treatment at the spa :)

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  9. LOL...so, mom allows you on the table too then, huh? Here at Hootin's house, the cats rule! And the dining room table at times is their throne.

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  10. Madi
    I think you are really gonna be busy with the manners job. These humans seem to think that they can do whatever and get away with it~~NOT anymore BOL Good job MAdi!! Love the header pic.

    wags
    Jazzi

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  11. Nows dat is da bestest center piece I has evers seen!
    Can I come sit on your table? I's not allowed to do dat...unless mum is taking piktures and I just don't thinks dat is right (kinda makes a doggie confused if you asls me).

    Puddles

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  12. BOL!! Manners are very important, Madi! Maybe you can help me as I have been told I don't have any manners.

    Your pal, Pip

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  13. Madi,
    Mom says dat I could use your help wif my manners too. Maybe you can teach Pip and me in a group class! Happy Monday my furiend!

    WOofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  14. Whew! Good thing she has you around to reminds her about eat-a-kit. (Do you think they named it that cuz kittehs are really good at manners?) I mean, what if she gets a call to come have dinner the Queen or the Kennedys or something? I don't think the Queen would like it if your mom put her elbows on the table.

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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  15. Madi, that's a VERY important job! You could have your own book of etiquette...or YouTube video perhaps, in keeping with today's technology! :-)

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  16. I'm sure that you do a wonderful job, Madi. We humans need constant reminders of our manners, and I'm sure that your Mom appreciates your help. None of my kitties help like that, though Leon says all the time that he will help me finish all that food!

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  17. Madi, you run a tight ship!
    Try not to get your fur on Mom's plate.
    She doesn't need one of your hair balls! MOL
    Raider

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  18. Making sure Mom watches her P's & Q's, huh?
    xoxo

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  19. Madi, you are a tough customer when it comes to manners. Maybe you should visit our house and straighten up the slovenly Humans here.

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  20. So glad you are on the job, Madi! Isn't it time to write your manners book? I hear you may have an excellent full-time secretary in April.

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  21. You have taken on a very BIG JOB Madi!!! As we age we tend to dribble more!!!!!
    Don't know why that is but it happens!!!!
    Happy new years to you all!!!!

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  22. What a great job, Madi!!!!!!!! Mama says you can come and supervise her meals any time!!!!!!!!

    We thank you and your mom for helping make our mama's birthday so very special.

    xxxxxxxxxx

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  23. Hi Madi! Maybe I could attend a class of Madi's manners?

    Brodie

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  24. What don't you do? You are so talented!

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  25. Sammy-Joe wants you to know that he likes to sit on the table too when Mama eats... but when Gramma is home she won't allow it! :) Lily wants you to know that she ALSO tries to sit on the table, even though she is a dog!

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  26. That is a very important job Madi. In fact it is invaluable as mums don't like to be caught out with a dribble on their chins.

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  27. Hi Madi we just started following your blog, I wish my mom or Grandma would let me sit on the table. I would just like to share little tidbits of dinner once in awhile.

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  28. Miss Madi
    What in the world would they do without us?

    ♥♥♥
    purrin
    xoxoxo
    ♥♥♥

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  29. Madi, we want a job like that too...but we'd have a hard time leaving the plate alone....

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  30. Oh Madi! Keeper of mom's dish! I wish I could do that! I am usually hiding when all the humans are eating!

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  31. Guarding Mom's dinner plate must be an instinct to all Tuxedo Cat's Madi. My Putter Jean does the same thing!

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  32. LOL! Madi you are such a good helper. I always love reading your posts, you make me smile!

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