Sometimes when it rains and the sun comes out, the combination gives us a beautiful rainbow.
This is like the sad tale of Sunshine (Sunni) and the tears of her mummy and daddy when they had to say good bye to her. What then happened was a pretty Rainbow (Bow) that came into their lives.
We had been in touch with Sandra since the sad days of Sunni and then waited with great excitement at the birth of their new puppy. And since then we have been following Rainbow’s progress since she was two weeks old.
Bow’s mummy, Sandra had booked a table for us at The Clarendon Arms – under my name – so it was obviously dog friendly..She was so cute – and of course Mummy was holding her close …So did PraewaShe gave lots of kisses tooAnd the humans compared Bow and me –At the moment she is less than half my size
She’s quite red and I am already a pale apricotIn the excitement of meeting Bow, poor Georgie was feeling a little left out, so he got some special time with Sandra, Lunch was over too quickly and it was sad to say goodbye to Bow. We don’t think this will be the only time we’ll see her.
We had a long adventurous day. From being in a new town, trying new experiences (like falling into the river), new sights, new smells and meeting new friends – we were all a bit exhausted by the time we boarded the train. Georgie was wiped out.So was I.And Praewa too. I guess Mummy stayed up to take our photosMay’s comment: Bow is gorgeous and so glad to have met Sandra and Ed. We have never met before and it was through the love of our dogs that brought us together. And this was just pure love sharing!
This is not a one-off. We will be keeping up with Bow’s progress and we can’t wait to see her again but really glad to have seen her teeny-tiny at 14 weeks.
Thank you Sandra, Ed and Bow – for taking the time to meet up. Thank you for sharing Bow with us. She’s absolutely adorable. xxx