The mummy flipped at dawn

What was on the tv screen

What was on the tv screen

Greetings loyal readers. Well, it had to happen someday. Mummy has finally gone do-la-lah. This morning she was up at the crack of dawn (well 8 o’clock really) and turned the TV on. She was getting very excited, dancing around the room singing “We are sailing, we are sailing, on a boat called New Zealand, we are sailing away”.
here is real version

It was a really close race but unfortunately Team New Zealand lost and nearly had  their boat sunk.

Good luck for the next race later on this morning.  Mummy has to go to work, so We are being supervised by brother.  Love Nellie and Jasper.

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7 Responses to The mummy flipped at dawn

  1. Zak and I were watching the race and leaned as far as we could to help the boat get back down. I was too scared to watch and too scared not to so had 1 eye open and the other closed. A heart-stopping moment I don’t want to repeat! “One people on the water, one people on the land ……. sailing away, sailing away…………..” GO TEAM NEW ZEALAND!!!

  2. Kyla says:

    Uh, we’re on the opposite side here but we certainly don’t want to see anyone get hurt. She was born in the city of San Francisco and They spent many a day by the SF Bay. No, I don’t mean Alcatraz.

  3. Mags Corner says:

    We hope your team won! Hugs and nose kisses

  4. Sage says:

    Mom was in San Francisco while all the races leading up to the big event were taking place. What an exciting time. I’m soooo glad their boat was OK.

  5. Sounds like a lot of excitement! Hope you enjoyed it! Lee and Phod

  6. two engaging goldens says:

    Go New Zealand from your friends across the ditch – Honey and Nutty,

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