Started doing a blog tonight, loading up lots of photos & then for my internet connection to go down, so hours downloading photos was lost. I was slightly preturbed by this with a blue cloud appearing over are home.lol. So I start again fingers crossed.
Is it really 10 days ago I last blogged ? Time is marching on with June upon us & the start of the rainy season for the UK.lol. Today has been none stop rain, so the wafting smell of wet dogs permeates through the house with a mountain of muddy damp towels built up obscuring the washing machine. With drying off children, dogs & ourselves, today I am thankful for the invention of the washing machine.
Lucinda left over a week ago for her new home with Sue & Jim. They have sent a couple photo's of Lucinda as she is settling in & in July she will come back for two weeks as they have a holiday booked, so I will catch up with Lucinda & she will be my guest fot two weeks.
I have also had photo's & updates of Roxy & Albert who are siblings from Lucy's litter born back in December & are now 6 months old. They are Cavapoo's & both have just had a haircut so look very smart.
Roxy is going on really well & has become very much a member of Tracey's family. Thanks Tracey for your regular updates & much appreciated support.
Albert who is Roxy's brother & who was the biggest of the litter is doing well & is responding well to training loving going for walks & shows a love for water at the seaside & swimming in a stream which could be the Poodle in him although the majority of Cavaliers I have had shown or show a love of going into water. Albert has recently been castrated (neutered) & got over this very quickly. Neutering for a male dog is quite minor surgery & with modern anaesthetics the recovery all going well is quick. Thanks Kim for letting me know how you are all getting on & your kind words.
Below are photo's of Lucinda, Roxy & Albert. Hope to reload up photo's of my dogs tomorrow as 10 days of Sleeping Cavaliers to catch up with takes a while to load up.
“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!