Thursday, 14 July 2016

Things To Do In Scotland


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  1. Dear Plum, you're so lucky having Emma take you to Scotland. I'm sure you've made it quite obvious how thrilled you are. I've been to Scotland once and I ran and ran on a huge, empty beach (apart from all the seabirds which I soon chased away). Enjoy your freedom. Love Alf x

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    1. Dear Alf,
      You should see the beach here. You would love it. I wish you were here. I am much nicer when I am outside and there's plenty of space so I probably wouldn't try to bite your ear off again.
      Love Plum xx

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    2. dear emma keep seen with assiudity your fantastique travail love from maracaibo

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  2. Dear Plum,

    Good job checking on Emma AND the sea - both very close to your heart. Emma first, of course! Are you tired from all that walking back and forth?

    Love,
    Ellie and Giorgi

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    1. Dear Ellie and Giorgi
      I am NEVER tired. But my feet are a bit sore from standing in the sea all day.
      Love Plum xxx

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  3. Dear Plum,
    Fantastic picture. Don't panic if she's not there - she's probably just hiding behind a dune. It's called human humour.
    The bad news is Molly has gone home. The good news is she was thrilled to see her owner. The bad and good news is her owner is having a knee replacement soon, so Molly will be back then. I'll pass on your message. love, James

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    1. Dear James,
      I think it's called human dawdling. She only has two short stumpy legs and there's certainly not much spring in them, so I am trying to be patient.
      Love Plum x

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  5. Your life is full of such serious responsibilities, Plum. I hope Emma carries a biscuit or two in her pocket to ensure you keep your strength up.

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  6. She usually eats them herself. That's probably why she's so slow. x

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