I enjoyed a fantastic fortnight of school and nursery visits around the time of World Book Day.
C-19 has put a stop to all that so I’ve recorded myself reading “The Westie Fest” on Corrie’s Facebook page for any children who would like to listen.
Just click on the Facebook tab and you’ll be able to hear the whole story in 3 short recordings.
Here’s a snippet, just in case you don’t do that FB thing!
Stay well and hopefully see you on the other side!
Corrie has been living with several health issues for a while now but she soldiers on. Charlotte and Danielle at Arran Vets have been wonderful in keeping her comfortable. Although we are spending a large percentage of time in the house – we still enjoy wee tootles out to the beach.
Normally our walks include chatting with everyone but in these C-19 times, we are waving to people from a distance!
Lovely day on Arran and I was enjoying a wee tootle out in the sunshine. Here’s Shera, 20 months old and very bouncy – I’m getting ready to dodge him!
Sadie at 13 is a tad more sedate. Age brings it’s challenges but we all like biscuits! Talking of which… any Woofibbles on the go?
A beautiful day for running around Arran☀️ This was Auntie Jeanie.bee’s first visit to the lovely new Distillery at Lagg. Thanks to everyone for their book orders!!
Bit of a dreich day but Mum was pleased to bump into Sheila and Freya with Jetsan. He’s very bouncy and full of life. Not sure if his name is from the Tibetan word meaning king?
Delighted to meet Daisy and Stanley out walking on Lamlash Green today 😊🐾