I won't be posting your prizes until after Christmas Day, perhaps even New Year's Day and will send you an email once it's safely on the way. The postal system is jam packed right now so it makes sense.
Challenge #417 as I already said was in aid of Ruby's Memory and I just sent off a further donation to USPCA, the rescue charity who saved Ruby and gave her the chance of the wonderful life she had with Lynne and Greg. That means, thanks to your generous prize donations, and the addition of Gift Aid tax relief onto my donations in lieu of buying prizes, we've raised £200 for USPCA so far.
It's wonderful to see so many of you commenting and also joining in with the Grand Draw - what a happy way to end what's been a bit of a rubbish year for all of us.
Finally got all the indoor decorations finished yesterday, hooray! With the aid of my little four legged helper of course ☺ He's so funny, one rustle of tissue paper as I'm unpacking boxes of decorations (we have far too many to be honest) and he's beside me, with his paws on my lap. Every single item I unwrapped had to be held out to him - for a good look, sniff and then a 'nose dab' of approval.
He has a vet visit this coming Tuesday for his annual booster jab and check-up. Not our choice to leave it so late, apparently with COVID precautions you're lucky to even get an appointment, unless it's an emergency - or your pooch is right at the end of their vaccine protection from the previous year. Dudley is usually as good as gold ............ once he's actually inside the consulting room! Before that point there will be the accusing glares and 'You are so not my favourite person right now' vibes from him. Wish me luck - I drew the short straw to be the one to actually take him into the vet's. Thanks Len! ☺
from myself and the usual happy
'high-five' and woof from Dudley. Ha, but Tuesday might be different of course.