Monthly Archives: August 2010

Day 48: A Clean Slate

The horror of yesterday behind us, it really was a clean slate this morning.  My new room is fantastic.  Upon waking Graeme responded quickly to my “request” and I did my morning ablutions quickly and efficiently – the en suite … Continue reading

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Day 47: A Change of Scenery

I had a great sleep despite being in a kitchen in unfamiliar surroundings and had a relatively uneventful night so that when Uncle Graeme got up he was as glad to see me as I was him. Despite waking with … Continue reading

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Day 46 – The Holiday Begins

The day I was due to leave for my holiday was a day of mixed feelings.  I was looking forward to my break at Auntie Jen’s and Uncle Graeme’s home in Edinburgh, playing with Cousins Hamish and Cameron every day … Continue reading

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Day 44 – My new Therapy Assistant job

An exciting day. My official title at Inchmarlo is Therapy Assistant (Canine) in Training. My job when I am at Inchmarlo is to go round the residents in the Care Home, speak to them and try to cheer them up. … Continue reading

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Day 39 – A trip to see the Queen

This was going to be a different day. Mummy and Daddy were invited by HM The Queen to the Garden Party at Holyrood along with 6000 other guests. We left about 8.00am and on the way down stopped at Glendoick … Continue reading

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Day 36 – A spot of rugby

A fine day. In the garden all day where I played football, first of all with my big blue ball and then with a much smaller rugby shaped ball which is so small I can actually get half of it … Continue reading

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Day 35 – Barking for attention

Daddy had an early meeting with an architect at Inchmarlo so he took me out with him in the car. I waited while he met the architect then we went into the Care Home where I went round and spoke … Continue reading

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