I do not know how I have survived - as in 8 weeks time will be the 2nd anniversary of the day we went to get her!
But for now, this little gorgeous puppy has grown into a beautiful, fairly well trained, best dog in the world.
Of course, being a birthday meant there had to be cake. I mixed porridge oats with a mashed ripe banana, a spoon of honey, two spoons of natural peanut butter and two eggs and baked in a medium oven till firm. I passed a couple over the wall for the neighbours little puppies.
Happy Birthday Little Miss Bluebell Flowers xx These photos are not in order. And chances are you have seen them already!
|This was the day we brought her home.|
This one made me chuckle as she loves apple and normally she will have chunks of it or wedges. As it was her birthday she was over the moon to be given a ball that she could eat - though it took her a while to figure out what to do with it! Once figured, soon scoffed!Please note I did core the apple as the pips are toxic to dogs.
The rest of the day was spent playing in her paddling pool and generally being adored - much like any other day really!
Back to school tomorrow - INSET and a conference call. I will welcome the cooler forecast weather for a few days. And my lockdown will not be relaxing much I can tell you. I think it's too soon. Besides - I love staying at home! Am looking forward to the long lost family special TV programme tomorrow night about two babies that were abandoned from birth. I bet you a million quid I will cry in it. I cried watching a programme about elephants last night! Doesn't take much!
Lots of love from
Rachel *happy just to be healthy* Radiostar xx