Folly's a real cutie, but also a real rascal. She managed to get herself behind the shed (where Odi's never been allowed, but somehow Folly found a way) and scavenged all kinds of rubbish. I couldn't leave her alone for a second!
The first night she was here she cried at 1 in the morning. I let her out but she didn't want to do anything so she was put back in her cage. She didn't like that one bit and cried again. I took her out again, but no... she didn't want to do anything so she was put back in her cage. She didn't like that one bit and cried again. Are you getting the picture?
Then Odi barked, so I went to sit with her and we waited for Folly to quiet down, which she eventually did and I went back to bed. Only problem was I couldn't get back to sleep, so after a mere 3 hours of kip I was pretty exhausted on Friday.
Folly was better on nights 2 and 3.
On Sunday Mountain Man came back from the 24 hour event he'd been working on up in the Highlands and on his way through Edinburgh picked up No. 2 Son who came to stay for the night. It was lovely to have him here and the dogs really enjoyed his company too. He went back yesterday as did Folly, who's people came to pick her up around 5.
And suddenly our house was quiet!
|Me with Folly at her best|
|Sitting on No. 2 Son's knee|