Nanny Joan and granddaddy Mick came on Saturday afternoon. Silky and I welcomed them very passionately and entertained them with our very best hospitality, such as licking them, jumping around them, wagging our tails and sitting on their laps.
We went out and walked along the river Thames. The weather was very comfortable as if it were spring already.
After this relaxing walkies we came back to our house and I offered them my “White chocolate cheesecake with doggie food”. Granddaddy Mick said that the cake was the best cheesecake he’d ever had!! My secret ingredient is amazing isn’t it? It makes anything tasty.
On Sunday, we went to Runnymede park by car. Silky was dribbling in the car even though she had taken anxiety relief thingy for car sickness. However, once she was out of the car Silky was full of beans and ran about a lot.
Daddy wanted us to pose for him so we sat down. But it was not enough for him. You know, his hobby is photography so he is fussy. He told us to look somewhere in the air. I was good at that because I always do modelling for mummy. However, Silky was scratching and licking her paw and didn’t pose easily. I have to teach her about the importance and seriousness of the modelling. Anyway we did pose for daddy in the end. We did quite good posing didn’t we?
We had a bit of ran together and I was comfortably tired on our way back in the car. Silky seemed to dribble again and suddenly she puked. Oh dear...poor Silky. Puking is really hard isn’t it? I hope Silky can get over car sickness soon and then we can go somewhere further can’t we, daddy? But daddy, you must try to drive gently. You always want to drive in front of everyone don’t you?
We were knackered and slept for a while before din-dins. Silky on the top and me on the bottom of the bunk bed. Zzzz.....