As you know, everyday I meet my buddy Bella for fun in the park. We wrestle and chase and generally have a great time together.
Bella, as you can see, is a GSD so I was interested to see this infographic by Shepped.com which gives some info about Shepherd’s and popular breed mixes, most of which I’ve never heard of. But I particularly like the Shug! What’s your favourite mix?
Over the weekend we took a lovely walk by the river, and for once mummy remembered the camera! So I thought I’d share a few pics with you. Enjoy!
A couple of weeks ago on facebook, I saw that a few of my bloggy friends were featuring http://onedrawingdaily.com ‘s daily drawing competition. So I thought I would join in and sent in this picture:
Then last week I got a message to say I’d been chosen and here is my picture:
Pretty cool, right? Thanks so much onedrawingdaily! You can find out more about my picture here http://onedrawingdaily.com/2015/05/15/sketch-of-a-dog-called-misaki-in-ballpoint-pen/
And you too can enter the daily drawing contest. There’s more details on the draw here: http://onedrawingdaily.com/2015/04/23/get-a-free-drawing-of-your-pet-share-this-on-facebook/
OK I know it’s Monday, but yesterday we went out for Sunday lunch with Nanny and Grampy. The great thing is our local pub is dog friendly, so I got to go too:-)
I tried to help nanny with her dinner, but she said she could manage it herself:-(
Thankfully Daddy was more accommodating
I hate being left behind so it was great to join them, even if I did spend most of it having to watch them eat.
While nanny was here, she gave me one of mummy’s old toys. He’s a one-armed squeaky bunny. Nanny is clearing out some of mummy and her brother’s old toys to give to my new baby cousin, but this bunny didn’t make the grade. I don’t mind him being a hand-me-down, I’ve been having loads of fun playing with him. Can you tell?
Mummy is wondering how long he’ll keep his other arm lol.
Did you have a good weekend?
This weekend mummy, daddy and I met up with my Auntie Els and Uncle Lee and took a trip to Ashdown Forest. This is a huge area of forest in East Sussex with a rich history, including being the inspiration for the setting of the Winnie the Pooh stories by A A Milne.
As we hadn’t been before we weren’t really sure where we were going so we parked up near the visitor’s centre and just went for a random walk through the forest. And although we didn’t find Winnie the Pooh we did see some amazing views. Silly mummy had forgotten to charge the camera and couldn’t take any decent pictures, so only got a couple on her phone and they weren’t that great.
Afterwards we went back to their house where Uncle Lee let me share his lunch:-)
We did have a really nice walk and will definitely go back again. On the way back we picked up some maps of the different walks to explore, in particular a Winnie the Pooh inspired one. I’m hoping I’ll meet tigger so we can bounce together:-)
Did you enjoy a nice walk this weekend?
It’s been super hot here in the UK and our garden quickly went from a mud slide to a jungle!
Daddy said he would attack it with the mower, but he didn’t and the grass grew and grew out of control. I’m pretty sure it almost reached the sky! But as well as being super long, my toys started to get lost in it and I was worried I’d never see them again.
So finally mummy took it into her own hands and cut the grass herself. It took aagges. And when she was finally done she found all my lost toys AND my bone. Yay!
Have you found anything recently you thought was lost?