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The first few weeks

Tue 26 April 2011

Well, it’s been a few weeks since I’ve been looking after Auntie D (my person for the next year).  I’ve been on lots of new walks, exploring some great places – including new watering spots and a fab muddy ditch (Auntie D shrieks and makes me paddle in the stream after I’ve been in the ditch – very strange).

I’ve made some new friends.  One morning we met Fraser – although I do tend to just nod at him and keep walking (he’s a greyhound and quite tall), but his person is very friendly and I sometimes see her on her own and let her stroke me.  And we met the twins out in the lane – I usually say hello through the fence unless they’re perched on the wall.  I don’t think they should be doing that, really – they’re only young, but getting quite big … not sure what’s going to happen when they’re grown up.  And Storm is cute – only little, a miniature Schnauzer, with a matching little person (who seems to think holding my lead is the best thing ever).  And lots, lots more on all the different walks I’ve been on.  I’ve also been to stay with Ti, then Ti came to stay with me – great company!

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