Hi Jackie..Well then, Seamus is related to my boy Finnegan...& yes Finn loves the snow, which is quite funny really, considering he comes from Perth, where its usually very very warm, even in winter....
Hi there so you came from Cleethorpes?? I lived in Louth (quite near there) only for a few years, I now live in Scotland where I came from, took me 50 something years to get back here. How many Grandchildren do you have, I have 1 boy and 3 girls ranging from 5.12---almost 18 months, because I look after two of them during the week (not both at the same time usually) it takes a lot of my time, Saffy my young girl (dog that is) isn't really keen on these little things that keep taking her toys, but Jas my older girl (dog again) just loves the kids......
I envy you living in the sunshine all the time, its white outside at the moment, but only a little, but still cold..
Dee and the girls
I see you have 'met' Myra, Sharyn and Dee. Dee has been giving me some great advice on coat care and Sharyn has Seamus' 'uncle'. He is a half-brother to Brodie's dad.
I hear you have met Whilhem as well. Two of Seamus' full brothers are down your way and go into his shop as well. Whilhem is a lovely man. He told me he used to show fish...could have been pulling my leg. Don't know how you could do that.
Jas is the same, I have been trying to get a picture of my youngest, (I think that she is going to either be a vet or a show judge), she keeps going up to Jas and lifting her nose and pulling down her bottom jaw, examining her teeth but every time I try and get the camera she stops. I will get there in the end.
I always wished that my parents would emigrate when I was young, I hate this cold weather.
Have fun with your grandkids, I am at the moment waiting for one of mine to go to sleep, for her morning nap....
Speak soon Dee and the girls
Hi Jackie...small world eh!....although I am sure Woodend has grown (like topsy) since Peter was last here.....has Peter still got his kiwi accent or has he gone over to the dark side and picked up the Aussie twang?...hehehehe ...yep follow the one dayers....especally if we are winning..... question for Peter...who does he yell for....All Blacks or Walliabies
Thanks Jacky--lovely to hear from you--did you get my email of 21/2/09 where I mentioned that Rufus is now behaving like a normal dog as he has started digging. We have just come back from our daily walk and he was so good not straining on the lead. He still jumps up a lot and I can't get him to "stay". I remember I taught Seamus to stay quite easily. It was lovely of Kelley to make me a contact --you have such a handsome family.Have a lovely weekend and a big cuddle to Seamus.Liz
Ah Jacky thanks for that...I am sure, whatever happens in the ring, it is going to be a really good day, I can't wait to meet everyone, and someone has said that I am taking ''the mobile bar'' with me. I just hope that everyone has a wonderful time for Barara's sake she has organised all of this.
I just wish we could have some of your weather on this side of the planet, can you bottle some and send it over???
Dee and the girls
What a small world it is, fancy you coming from Cleethorpes, never mind having heeard of it!! What was your surname when you lived here? My parents have lived here all their lives and as it is such a small place know many people, so may remember your family. They used to holiday on the Gold Coast for three months every year when my dad was alive and even there met people who they knew!
Yes I miss Fergus so dreadfully, he was such a very special boy in every way.