The school summer holidays are now in upon us here in the UK and having six children time to blog is a little scarce. I did try to get on here yesterday and for some reason it was not playing ball when it came to uploading photos and a video, so I thought "bugger it, I have got better things to be wasting my time with." Lol. Today though after me doing a few tweaks on the computer, it seems to want to play ball.
Sunday saw Bella the Blenheim girl from Primrose's Cavalier litter now seven weeks old, meeting the family she will join when she is twelve weeks old. Hayley visited us with her oldest boy, Lincoln and as the photos that Hayley sent me after their visit show below. Lincoln was totally at home with Bella. Hayley also sent me this lovely email after visiting us.
"Hi Jane and family
Thanks for seeing us today, your family are lovely and you all seem so close. You're all "normal and real" which rubs off on your doggies!!
How old is Molly? Her giraffe drawing is far better than anything I could even dream of drawing!!!!!!! Say thank you again to her! Bless!
Lincoln was in his element today with all your dogs!! Think he's super excited to bring Bella home!
Thanks again and I'll email you with any questions I have!
Love Hayley and boys!
Oh- here's a pic of Lincoln with pups
He looks rather comfy lol!"
Thanks Hayley for such kind comments and lovely photos of Lincoln with Bella. If you visit us when our two youngest children are here, they seem to like to give visitors pictures they have drawn. I did not see the giraffe picture, but I have advised Hayley to get it signed by Molly, just in case she becomes a famous artist in the future. You never know. Lol
The slideshow is Primrose's Cavalier pups over the last few days. They were seven weeks old yesterday. Some of the photos include Blottie and Bumble who are the two girls we have kept from Smudge's litter with Henry.
“The greatest pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him, and not only will he not scold you,but he will make a fool of himself, too.”
― Samuel Butler
Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
Hello, I am Jane!