Talk about a big baby!
Talk about a big baby!
Hi everyone, apologies for our little disappearing act. Things have been a bit crazy here in sunny (actually horribly rainy) Scotland with work and all. We haven’t been upto much these past few weeks hence why there hasn’t been alot of action on the blog. But fear not, I haven’t forgotten about you all and we will be back with a review and some other posts next week so tune in.
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Laura & Winston
A few weeks ago the writer at SimplyShaye emailed me to let me know about a cool photo campaign that DogVacay are running to see what city has the most dog spirit. Now, obviously, I was quite excited at the idea of showing off Winston in the Scottish countryside and strutting his stuff as if he owns the joint. But as it turns out Dog Vacay is an American company and so it was more a U.S based campaign. Although, I have never been one to play by the rules all the time so I decided to mix it up and do a little post entitled ‘I Love My Country!’ Winston, his friend Taz, my friends Colby and Siobhan and myself all took a trip up to Loch Lomond and took alot of photos.
When I got home and started shuffling through them I wasn’t very impressed with the photos and realised I needed to step up the mark.
So I decided to let Winston tell you about the different places we love in our home county, Ayrshire.
We love going to the Kay Park because it is just a five minute walk from the house. A few years ago some silly boys burnt down this beautiful monument but this is how the Mother wants to remember it!
This is my favourite beach! We get out the car, The Mother lets me off the lead and BOOM… I’m off! Digging in the sand, rolling in the sad, kicking up the sand, everything in the sand!
I am amazed by this place! They have pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, horses, donkeys and ducks. Real ones!
My favourite of everywhere I’ve ever been! The Mother brings me here almost every morning and even when it’s cold it’s brilliant. We go such long walks aswell and we still haven’t seen it all!
Check out DogVacay and maybe you can do your own I Love My City, or Country if your not from the states?
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Hey there efurryone.
So this week The Mother has taken time of work, a whole week of it. And she has promised me that we will do loads of cool things together, take loads of pretty pictures and share efurrything with all of you. I am so excited. Today we are just chillin’ so we are full of beans tomorrow to start our crazy adventures!
On Wednesday (if the weather keeps being good) we are going to Loch Lomond with The Mother’s friends Colby and her grumpy dog Taz – he doesn’t really play with me – and Siobhan. I am so excited! I don’t know what I’m doing the rest of the week but I can tell it is going to be awesome!
I am even more excited that this dog –
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Bandit had escaped from the kitchen so many times his owner got tired of thinking ‘how does he do that?’ and set up a camera to catch the newly dubbed ‘Houdini Dog’ in the act!
On Tuesday the Mother told you all about how I do some proper amazing stuff and it totally baffles her. But between you and me it’s pretty easy to tell whether or not the Mother is getting the hoover or my food out of the cupboard. She takes my bowl with her when she’s feeding me. As for getting a walk after she puts her uniform on, duh, it’s a uniform. It looks the same every time. She puts it on, I get a walk. Simples. And when it comes to having new toys or treats in the Mother’s shopping bag, she always tells me that she has them.
She always uses that silly baby voice she thinks I love so much. Really I just get all excited over the toys and let her think it’s because of her. But the mystery of how I know she’s in the street before I can see her, I really am psychic.
What about my furry friends? I bet you have some psychic powers!