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Mummy, would you like one of these?

We were walking along Piccadilly one evening last month when the doors opened when I walked past it. What could be behind these mysterious doors? Read more…

The Year of the Earth Dog!

Gung hey! Gung hey! – as we greet each other on the first day of the Chinese New Year! Read more…

You are our Valentine

Mummy, we maybe apart … Read more…

Our own love story

#Dar-naby has stolen the limelight – but it doesn’t matter. Read more…

There’s a Nightingale in Berkeley Square

That’s a BIG Bird up in the tree and all lit up.

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Christmas Magic

God jul! from Tromsø – Paris of the North! Read more…

Douglas’ daddy won Strictly Come Dancing!

Congratulations to Douglas! His daddy, Joe McFadden won Strictly Come Dancing 2017!  Read more…

Some turkey, please?

We had Thanksgiving dinner with Rusty and his family at Joe Allen’s in Covent Garden. Read more…

Thankful

Today in America, many families come together, gathering around a table of feasting to celebrate Thanksgiving. Read more…

We are four paws and four ears today – for Pudsey!

Well, if not for anything, the happy yellow ears definitely brightened up the day. Read more…

“We could not have done it without you.”

Today is Remembrance Sunday. And as we do every year, while the hoomans remember those who fought for our freedom Read more…

Two minutes – to remember

At 11.00am on this 11th day of the 11th month of the year, we stood silent for two minutes to remember our fallen soldiers that fought our world wars to protect our hoomans and our country.

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Over 400 years ago …

On this night, more than 400 years ago, a group of angry English Catholic hoomans were trying to blow up the Houses of Parliament and kill the King James of England and Scotland. Read more…

Remembering Sirius …

Not all victims of 9-11 were two-legged. Read more…

All lives matter

We’ve had the TV on listening to Sky News tracking what’s happening in Florida with the storm passing through it. Read more…

The People Remember

Running around on the green in front of Kensington Palace in the last few days, Read more…

Two – Love

Go Roger! We’re rooting for you! Read more…

Stopping to remember

We were walking down Kings Road, past Chelsea Old Town Hall when we came across this. Read more…

Just to say thank you

A hero is someone who walks voluntarily into the unknown.” (Tom Hanks)

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The Paw Party Manifesto

We are members of the Paw Party. And if anyone care to know, we have a Manifesto that could be helpful to any of the hooman political parties. Read more…

Will it be the Reds or the Blues?

We were out and about London today when we were reminded it’s the FA Cup Final.   Read more…

It’s raining flowers

It was a warm summer evening and we went walking around Chelsea along with Crumpet to look at some of the other floral displays. Read more…

A London Safari

All over Chelsea, almost life-sized floral animals stood proudly in the heat … and wilting a little during an amazing run of very warm weather. Read more…

Our hearts are with you

To all our doggy friends in Manchester, we hope your humans are ok. Read more…

We are family

Chinese New Year is one of the most significant and important festivals in the Chinese calendar.

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Cock-a-doodle do! It’s Year of the Yin Rooster!

It’s Chinese New Year and we wish you “Kung Hei Fat Choy” which translates into “Wishing you great prosperity” – a greeting that is said to each other during the 15 days of celebration.

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Three little signs of “hope”

When the avalanche came down on the Gran Sasso mountain in the Abruzzo region in Italy, the rescue team has since been searching for any signs of life at the location of the Hotel Rigopiano.. Read more…

A trip to Chinatown turned into an encounter with history

It was a Saturday morning, and Mummy took me to Chinatown to look at the Chinese lanterns all hung up for the upcoming festivities of the Chinese New Year. Read more…

A day of reflection, a day of hope

It’s funny isn’t it? From one day we look back and reflect and on the next, we are full of hope. Hope that in the coming days and months that there will be peace, there will be joy, there will be love in our lives. Read more…

On this eighth night of Hanukkah …

Nine candles were lit. Read more…