Tuesday And Midland Musings From Jane
Hi All from sunny Worcestershire., Life here is still rather strange, Archie's passing has left a huge void and his quirky personality is missed tremendously. Maya, his dreadful daughter has been trying to make up for any emptiness we have been feeling. As is with the order of things the girls have been re jiggling their positions in the pack and generally misbehaving while they re-establish family life. Just as I was due to finish my shift on Sunday morning, Steve, a neighbour from a few doors away, came down to the shop to say one of our dogs was in their garden. He had tried to alert Trevor but hadn't been able to find him, so had come down to see if I was at work. I duly hurried back up the road only to find Trevor at our neighbours gate with the errant Maya in his arms. The bedlington Houdini, it was revealed had chewed a hole in part of the fence that was hidden behind another fence panel out of our sight. Needless to say she had found the adventure great fun! Though she was none too amused as I began to remove all of those horrible little sticky baubles she had become adorned with while on the loose. She certainly has inherited her fathers personality, gregarious, demonstrative and so full of fun. Trevor and I are so grateful a certain person did as we requested when she decided to return her to us, that, we must thank her for! Finally lets hope this glorious weather continues and a long hot summer is on the cards! Jane xxx
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Thank you Jane, it is such a worry when one of the dogs escapes, luckily a neighbour found her before she did a runner to far up the road! As you say Maya is a very special girl and how lucky she was returned as Archie lives on in her fun personality!