I have got things to be getting on with, but the pups do create much distraction in our home and I'm easily persauded to be distracted as the video shows.
The title of the blog is not going to mean much to some unless a child during the seventies, so I loaded up this link :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qq0OQBdIhsc , so the wibble wobble comments might make more sense.
Watching that advert did take me back. Those where the days of catchy jingles. My favourite was the R.Whites secret lemonade drinker jingle
we used to sell the stuff on the milk rounds, my parents had a doorstep milk deliver business and you got a 5p refund on return of the glass bottle. I can remember going out with my siblings looking for bottles, as people would just throw them in the hedge and we would find them, then walk 2 miles to the sweet shop, get the 5p refund and get a bag of sweets. Those where the days, when you could get a bag of sweets for 5p. Health and safety have a lot to answer for. Lol.
I bare the scars of glass bottles for milk, when I was 5 years old and was carrying a pint of green top to a customers door with my Dad, I missed the step, dropped the bottle and promptly put my hand out to save myself right on to the broken bottle. Cut open my thumb and it looked like a banana being skinned and cut a two inch gash across the palm of my hand, a bit of local at the A and E and it was stitched up and apparently (I don't remember saying this, its my Mum's memory) on coming out of the hospital and seeing my Mum waved my good hand in the air and said, "Its okay Mum, I can still deliver milk with my other hand." Health and safety today would faint at the thought of a five year old carrying a glass bottle, let alone the issue of child labour. Lol . Enough of the nostalgia, enjoy the video of the wibble wobble puppies, we have just started to see that their eyes are starting to open which is hard to see in the video, but you will see they are getting very mobile.
“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
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