At the weekend the three girls from Primrose's litter meet their families and two are now named. So we now have a Lottie who has the red collar and a Maddie who is wearing the green collar.
Lovely to re-meet and meet every one this weekend.
As promised yesterday more photos and a video to catch up with Primrose's pups, now thirty days old. It's only just the next day and approaching midnight as I type this, due to the video being a pain to load up, but we got there in the end.
Before we get to the video I have loaded up a group of photos our son, Thomas took of Primrose's pups all asleep in a row, which are very cute.
As it's so late this is going to be short and as this last bit involves a very chocolatey cake, sweet as well.
The link between the cake and video is our daughter Molly, who filmed most of the video of the pups having their first time outside and it's also her Birthday tomorrow and she was most definate that she wanted a hedgehog cake, so this evening after cooking the sponge earlier, we started the task of turning sponge and butter icing into a hedgehog. I've got the body and tomorrow it's a quick trip into town to get chocolate flakes and other confectionary to make spikes and facial features. Before we started on it, to get the artistic ideas flowing, I put in the Google search bar "Hedgehog Birthday Cakes," and went to images. If you want something to put a smile on your face and have a laugh with your children, I suggest if you have not already done so, you should search, "Hedgehog Birthday Cakes," some of the Birthday cakes obviously are done by perfectionists, but the fun ones are done by the ones who thought that a hedgehog resembles something the dog left behind after eating a bag of almonds and looks like it's on an acid trip. I'm just hoping the child that blew out the candles on that cake, is not having nightmares now. Lol.
“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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