Here are some of the daily doings of Plum and her owner.
<3 for you both.
Thank you very much ^..^___)
Thank you! x
Red bows to remind him of you and Emma. Always hard to say goodbye, but think about how nice it will be to say hello!Big belly scratch from,Ellie
Dear ElliThank you! Well, we survived, just. And the weather has been amazing and today I swam in the sea.Lots of love Plum xx
It is never fun to be the one left behind. Tulip's daddy has been on work assignment for 2 months and we have only seen him once. We miss him. I know you will miss your daddy, too. xoxoxo, Vicki and Tulip
TWO MONTHS! That is a long time! But lucky you have Vicki there and sometimes it is quite nice to have one person all to yourself. I hope he will come back soon. My daddy is back. He is just the same as ever, but I love him.Love Plum xoxoxox
Yes, he WILL be back....who could ever leave you? And look on the bright side, Plum. I bet you'll be able to sit in his favorite spot now. And probably sleep on his side of the bed (if Emma lets you). And Emma is going to be full of extra hugs and kisses going to waste .....so.....you know. You might as well make the best of this!
I did! Of course I did. And Liffey came to stay and we took over everything. Emma had a bad back so she wasn't much fun but we just ignored her and then my daddy came back and I've been ignoring her ever since. xx Plum
Dear Plum, Oh dear. I don't know what on earth I can say to comfort you, but I'll try. (Get a grown-up to help you with this.) Put two tablespoons of self-raising flour and a pinch of salt in a bowl. Add enough water to make a soft but not sticky dough. Roll it into a fairly thin circle. Heat a little olive oil in a frying pan, and cook the bread on both sides until golden brown and slightly risen. Delicious with a bowl of vegetable soup.(Get the grown-up to dip bits of bread in the soup and pass them down to you on the floor.) I know of few things more comforting at this time of year. love, James x
That is a very nice idea James, thank you. How on earth am I going to get Emma to do it though.? She is not the most brilliant cook - although it does sound like a simple recipe - she may still find it challenging. She's pretty good at boiling chicken though, as long as she sets a timer. When she doesn't - it's like eating chips of granite.Love Plum x
...but you must be lost now in a celebrity whirl with adoring fans and disciples waiting for your pawprints? My mum and I have just passed a very wet and windy Scottish morning in front of the fire treasuring every word. You are very, very clever and have proved your right to speak for dogkind.....and the big people too. Plum for President I say.With much love and admiration, Fudge xxPs. I particularly like the one where you correctly prioritise the rescuing of the sausages over any concern about where your daddy is about to land.Pps. My mum says Emma's paintings are so clever and beautiful they should be hung in the National Portrait Gallery, in honour of both of you.
Dear Fudge,I'm glad you like my book! I think I would quite like to be President. I wonder how I would get on in the polls between Hillary and Donald Dump. It is time dogs took a more active role. I'm going to look into it. Lots of love Plum xxx
Hi Plum. I'm a goldfish in Australia and my mummy became friend's with Emma when she lived in London. It's boring being a goldfish. I wish I could travel.
Dear Goldfish,I've never had a message from a fish before. You could just get into the sea and swim over. I could meet you half way…Emma says she wishes your mummy was still here.Love Plum xx