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An Eventful Evening
Wednesday , May 31st was a day we'd pencilled into our diaries. Definitely not a day to look forward to; it was the second round of injections. To add insult to injury the vet insisted on looking into our ears, prodding our tums and feeling around our... well, you don't need to know all of the dreadful details but rest assured, he gave us a thorough examination.
We thought that was that - after all, all a chap needs after that sort of trauma is home, bed and an early night. However, they thought otherwise. Mind you- it was a very exciting evening.
What a surprise we had when the back of the car was opened and we found ourselves looking at a strange house. Strange people around, too.
"Oh no," we thought, "They're going to sell us!"
Nothing so drastic, fortunately; it was just a visit to the house of some of Mum and Dad's relatives. Better still, there was a nice, safe garden where we wouldn't catch anything nasty. (The vet said that we can't properly thrust ourselves upon an unsuspecting world for another two weeks!)
We had a whale of a time, although Max didn't think it was quite as wonderful when he fell down the garden steps twice and belly flopped on to the lawn. He needed to sit down to get his breath back...
And Max being Max, wasted no time is grabbing forty winks while he was there...
Meanwhile Archie discovered that there was a pond, well stocked with fish and just waiting to be explored...
All this excitement... there could be just one ending to this particular entry in our journal: two sleepy little pups...
And Mum doesn't look quite awake either!
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Archie and Max,
You wouldn't have thought so when we tried to eat her David Austin rosebush!
Wow I'm tired after reading all of that! What a day of extremes, extreme stress and extreme relaxation. Oh well I guess that's just another average day for Archie & Max lol :)
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