Archive for December, 2013

Don’t leave home without me!

Yup! That’s what Mummy believes.  So that’s why these days she doesn’t fly as much – as she finds ways to take me with her.  That’s why we’re usually on trains.  Sometimes it can take a very long time to get anywhere!

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Deflatable Frosty

These three fellas look a bit out of place – it’s not snowing guys! What are you doing here? Read more…

Being Together

That’s all that matters – exploring the world together – me and Mummy! Read more…

Echinococcus – TICK!

No, I didn’t mean I have ticks!

We went to see Mr. Butt at Kynance Vet to get my Pet Passport stamped – so I can get back in after our day trip to Brugges! Read more…

Trying out the Trampoline

Naw! I don’t think so. I walked on it but nothing happened. Don’t understand the point. And Mummy wouldn’t get on it with me either. Read more…

I don’t do rollovers

Today is Treat Nr. 22 on the Advent Calendar. When Mummy leaves it to Little Tyke to give me my Advent Calendar treat, I always have to end up doing a trick! Read more…

Four Candles

It’s the last Sunday before Christmas!  It seemed like only a short while ago when Mummy brought out the Advent wreath. Read more…

Wishing You Joy

Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and a Joyous New Year! Read more…

A Short Day …

Or a long night.

Today is Winter Solstice. The shortest day or the longest night. Read more…

Up in a Tree

Little Tyke and I sat up on a tree branch – I wanted to see the world from a squirrel’s perspective … Read more…

Hello Cally, Olive and Knuckles from Bath!

We met a cockapoo when we took a morning run on the green in front of the Royal Crescent. Her name is Cally – short for Calamari because she’s curly! Read more…

Late Night Walk

Well, even though we stay in a nice hotel does not mean Mummy is relieved of her duties. 🙂 Read more…

Visiting with Miss Austen!

Miss Austen, thank you for for my name!  And for Mister Darcy! Read more…

Walking around Bath

Mummy’s been here once before so she showed us around with the help of a map. We started off at the Abbey and walked along Union Street, Milsom Street … the usual popular places to go. Read more…

On the Crescent

After a harried start at the train station – Mummy had to sort out Call Centre inefficiencies and then having to deal with cab drivers who refused to take dogs!!!! – we arrived at the lovely Royal Crescent Hotel. Read more…

Matching Jumpers

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Tykes in Tow!

Today we embarked on a train journey to Bath – Mummy, me, Little Tyke, Mini Tyke and the Tyke’s Mummy. Read more…

We’re this year’s “Teddies”!

Every year at the Great Ormond Street Hospital Christmas parties they give out teddies at the Teddy Machine.  But this year they had pooches!!! Read more…

My favourite day

May’s comment:  This is one of life’s lesson that Darcy serves as a daily reminder. Live the moment!

Poetry in motion

That’s us – Rocko and me at our Playdate  – we’re a constant fuzz! Read more…

LOL!

BEWARE indeed! Don’t run us over.

Not sure why humans think they should be afraid of us – unless we don’t like them!

Play Ball?

We were walking along this quiet pedestrian way when I came across this pooch – he was playing ball with his daddy when I thought I’d get in the game. Read more…

The Rug Walk Syndrome

Otherwise, an itchy bum.  And every time I do the rug walk, Mummy laughs out loud – and I get upset when she does. I can’t help myself and she thinks it’s hilarious. Read more…

I wish I had met you

Mummy went to a funeral of friend today. She told me that Peter Maddick was a colleague and a friend when she was at De Beers. They haven’t seen each other since they both left more than 14 years ago.  Read more…

Hey, Coco, have you read the book …

“Who wants to be a poodle”  – it is Trixie Twinkle Toes autobiography.  I thought you might relate to her story. Read more…

Guarding my BFF!

Little Tyke and I were both asleep at the back of the car when I heard some barking outside. Read more…

Mr. Squirrel – you are such a tease!

Look at that squirrel sitting there – almost like he was flexing his muscles and having a chuckle! And I can’t run towards it because Mummy had me on a long leash for recall training – especially when I am distracted by my favourite things – SQUIRRELS!  Read more…

Our Tree Ornaments

We started with one ornament on our humble little Christmas Tree. It was one of a dog that Aunty Jane gave us. She said it reminded her of me. Read more…

A Doggy Santa

This is Dexter. He was all dressed up as Santa! Read more…

Serious Bed Head

This is how I usually look in the mornings after burrowing my head into pillows and all!  Not a good look. Read more…