Here are some of the daily doings of Plum and her owner.
always making the best of it :)
My second name is Pollyanna. xx
It's devastating when a major storm blows through. I hope you and your friends and family are all safe and that you didn't suffer any property damage.Cindy, Gracie, and Meaghan
Thank you Cindy, Gracie and Meaghan. It wasn't so bad around here - at least not as bad as we expected but we did feel sorry for the trees that looked so miserable with their arms broken and some of them ripped out of the ground altogether.Love Plum
Dear Plum, What a nimble thing you are. James says we could use a few more storms like that to get me to walk quicker. Charming. He also says, for the benefit of all correspondents to this column and in the absence of a promotional photoshoot by you, that Emma's new book 'Pinnochio' is a stunning work of art and an ideal Christmas gift for the young-at-heart of all ages. Is that you on the cover, by any chance? love, Katie
Dear KatieIt's NOT me! It should be but it isn't. I wish it was but I don't think Mr Morpingo would think I was relevant. (What does he know?)Thank you for mentioning the book. I am a bit fed up with it now.Love Plum
If there was a dog Olympics Plum would be a heptathlon gold medalist!
I WISH there was one. Do you think the medals are chocolate?
Esther and Plum were not terribly upset about the trees that went down during the storm because it created more stick opportunities and hurdles to launch themselves over. In fact it made their Wednesday Loop extra loopy. x Trisha