Monday, March 16

Monday

While Harry was at his doggy hair stylists having a much needed bath and spruce up we popped to Arundel - again
Tarrant Street had been closed off while scaffolding was being erected…..my husband came over all inquisitive and discovered that 2 chimneys were going to be taken down as they were dangerously listing…..

Photo: Now you see it....
There is a nice little coffee shop on the High Street that we often frequent – it has a relaxed ambiance and to my delight we found a customer in there who had her dog with her sitting looking up to his mistress obediently. Now I know I may upset some but if a dog is well behaved what is wrong with letting him/her in? I would rather take my chances with the odd dog hair floating about than suffer children running amok while their mothers do nothing……

Photo: That teacake wasn't for me

Photo: It belongs to the fantom hand

8 comments:

  1. I couldn't agree more.
    And I like your new banner.

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  2. I love to see dogs in pubs and restaurants. My husband grew up in a pub during the 70's, pre health and safety. They had a Siamese cat who used to sneak up on customers and steal the chicken from their "chicken in a basket" when they were looking the other way.

    I don't suppose that happens nowadays.

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  3. mmm...that coffee looks good. didn't you even get a nibble of the teacake? surely the phantom hand shares?!

    now what about a well behaved cat? x

    (how does posh clean harry look now?)

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  4. hear! hear! On the dog front.
    I think it's the Dutch who can bring their dogs anywhere with them. Dogs are accomodated for in every arrangement - such a good idea.

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  5. I totally agree, I never did understand why well behaved doggies were not allowed into certain places.
    So are we going to see lovely Harry now that he is all spiffy?
    x

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  6. We aquired Jasmine simply because we met a miniature schnauzer in a pub and a pub dog seemed like a great kind of dog to have.
    The reality is a bit different though; as she is fine as long as she is the only dog in the pub - otherwise she feels that it is time for an energetic game of tig.
    Edinburgh buses used to have a sign I'm sure limiting the number of dogs allowed on each bus - perhaps I'm making that up.
    J x

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  7. I hope phantom let you have a bite...?

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  8. Mothers who do nothing when their kids play up annoy those of us with kids too!

    That tea cake looks awfully good.

    x

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