When I got to the station a train came. What a great timing!! Hurry up, mummy!! However, mummy said we would only walk through the station to go to Focus park. She is a spoilsport isn’t she?
In Focus park I saw Katy the sheltie’s brother Richard but he was extremely shy so we had to go quietly.
After my walkies I sat in the garden. It was comfortable...I felt sleepy...mummy, you can go to the park with Silky. I will be fine here. However, mummy said someone might kidnap me and took me home.
She is a real spoilsport.
Silky said that the Dutch lady had asked about me in the park. People care about me...what a lucky girl I am!!
Mummy explained to the Dutch lady about my condition and then she said that one of her Miniature Schnauzers, Suzy, had a similar limp. The Dutch lady called Suzy and when she ran towards her mummy it was really the same sort of limp as mine. Suzy is 3 years old and quite a small girl like me. The Dutch lady was quite sure it was nothing serious. Still she said I had been doing quite long walks like other people had said so maybe if I rest my tiny legs for a while I will be fine won’t I daddy?
In the afternoon mummy went to her Yoga class. Daddy, do you know when they have relaxation time at the end of the session mummy always falls asleep. Embarrassing isn’t she?
Anyway, mummy taught us a bit of Yoga today. You should try, daddy!!