Thank you for your postcard and your lovely drawing! Corrie’s new book will be coming out this summer, during the school holidays.
We do hope you will enjoy reading Corrie’s next adventure. This is what the cover looks like.
Barking best wishes,
Alison and Corrie
Mum went up to Auchrannie for a swim this morning and was delighted to meet Becci and Colin from Lanchester. They are on their holidays with Bonnie who is such a cutie! Maybe I can be a 5 star pampered pooch too? 🙂
I did manage to scrounge some fish and chips from these two lovely ladies who were making the most of the glorious evening and eating alfresco. Mum was very relieved they were Westie fans, I couldn’t believe my luck!
A lovely sunny Easter Monday in Edinburgh
It’s a tad fresh for our Easter visitors so Mum decided I could keep my winter coat a wee bit longer. So lovely to bump into Joe with his Mum. Joe is 10 years old and previously featured on my blog!
Then along came Hamish…
Brrr, that wee cold snap combined with being clipped for the Spring meant my tartan coat had to be dragged back out of the cupboard. Didn’t stop me going for a paddle in the burn though!
Next to my wooden carving I definitely look a grubby white. Hope that doesn’t mean more baths though – eek!
We bumped into Rosie, a Westie from Guildford. Her family were heading up to Brodick Castle. Have a fab holiday!
The weather was fantastic today with everyone in good spirits.
I wasn’t feeling so great and Mum took me to see the vet this afternoon. I bumped into Harvey who is staying up at Auchrannie for a few days – lucky Harvey, pampered pooch!
Delighted to collect this fabulous carving of Corrie from Marvin Elliott today.
Skilled craftsman 🙂
What a fantastic visit to Corrie Primary School Mum had earlier this week, where the children were recorded singing my Corrie’s Capers song. Here’s a wee taster!
They had also drawn some lovely pictures of their favourite part of “The Westie Fest, aren’t these just super?!!
Mick is a rescue dog – he rescued Julia as she was sad. Julia rescued him and brought him to Arran to live. A win win!
Lovely to meet Jake this morning he is such a gentle giant!