It’s #bringyourdogtoworkday – and so happily I went along.
It may look unconventional and it is what it is – work.
Mummy had to go shopping for her client – first to Liberty’s Mummy thought this notebook matches her new pink office – LOL!And when looking for some objet d’art, I spotted this Piggy Bank …Hello! You remind me of my Instagram friend, Christopher! Hmm, Mummy can you take a photo of me – I want to send this to him.Do you know why it is called a piggy bank? Here’s a bit of trivia for you …
“During The Middle Ages, in about 15th century, metal was expensive and seldom used for household wares. Instead, dishes and pots were made of an economical clay called “PYGG”. Whenever people could save an extra coin, they dropped it into one of their clay jars. They called this their pygg bank or their piggy bank.” – Quora.com
Good to know!!! Centuries later, the hoomans took that literally!
In between further shopping, we had things to talk about with Marcel aka Le Corgi. We had arranged to meet at Sketch – the restaurant with the spider dog outside!That Doberman on the wall outside the restaurant had always intrigued me. He is a faceless dog and he’s more spider-dog than dog!
Playing hopscotch –
I don’t always follow the rules! LOL!
Ahhh, Marcel! How about a drink while we have our tete-a-tete about all things that matter to dogs?Well, that was short-lived. Mummy and Aurelie drank the wine that we posed with and we ended up under the table – again.And definitely no crumbs coming our way either.We did get a Sketch bowl of water!May’s comment: Sometimes I still do not believe that my work could be so gratifying and makes me happy. So today was one of those days – going around looking for beautiful things at the very dog-friendly Liberty’s.
And while in the area, we went to a dog-friendly restaurant in Mayfair. The last time I called Sketch, only dogs in bags were allowed in the Parlour Room. I was going to bring Darcy in her tote bag! But their rules have changed and they now allow small dogs – Darcy and Marcel did qualify as “small” … but only during the day as the Parlour Room transforms into a cocktail lounge in the evenings.
Sketch London is at 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2XG, UK