Here are some of the daily doings of Plum and her owner.
Well Plum, I guess you have told everyone for so long how great water is that Emma decided to try it out with you. Ha Ha!!Love GracieP.S. My mum was giggling as well when she read this post.
Oh Gracie. She didn't think it was funny at all. But now I'm at the seaside and the sea is practically in the house, so there's not much she can do about it.Love Plum
Good heavens! A bit of action drama on Plumblog! What larks! Hope you enjoyed your dip, Emma....
Thank you Adele. Thankfully, it was short- though not sweet. I never really think the Thames is ideal for paddling - unless you're a dog - and as we all know, Plum is a dog with water on the brain...
Oh Dear! I am afraid Emma might not take you back to the river ever again. She looked really cross with you for not coming out when she asked. You could be in real trouble!
As the saying goes, she is all bark but no bite. She did get over it and I never take it very seriously when she's cross. But don't tell HER.
Ooh, sneaky Emma! I am hiding this post from Andrea who might copy that tactic!
It was downright dirty, as techniques - or tactics, or whatever she calls them goes. I won't let it happen again.
Dear Plum, My human does this kind of thing too, pointing fingers and shouting (so rude and frankly, quite embarrassing!) I only have a little bibbly-bobbly tail, so fortunately she hasn't tried tactic 206 yet, but thanks for the warning.By the way my human said to tell you that she she laughed out loud at this (and she really did!) and would love to have seen Emma in the river.Please send pictures of your trip to the seaside. Love Biff xxx
Dearest Biff,I think I would probably love your bibbly-bobbly tail. It seems to me that you are probably perfect. I wish you could come to the seaside - see next post.Love Plum xxx