Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Sowing....

DB got my raised bed net toppers down yesterday in readiness for sowing outside. Indoors I sowed, a bit late, a few dwarf runner and french beans. For now, I could only sow 3 of each plus one pot of very late tomatillos, as that is all the pots my little electric warming tray holds. Once they are through, I will do another 3 of each of the beans. Never grown dwarf runners so that will be interesting. Outdoors, after the rain today, I shall sow carrots, beetroot and lettuces.

Also managed to get 3 loads of washing dry which was a bonus.

Ruby attended her first socialisation class last night. She wasn’t fazed at all, little tail wagging furiously for the most part. Mind you she wasn’t happy getting back in the car and whined for a few minutes. She ate her late tea and then turned into a very annoying furball. Poor DB got bitten again and it was hard to calm her down. In the end I raised my voice and she calmed down, but sat at our feet chunting away passionately!

Wet newspaper this morning for the first time in more than a week despite getting her out to toilet before bed time. We hope to remove her side toilet pen soon and just have her in her crate with water and a bit of newspaper, allowing us to get the lounge sorted out. Onwards and upwards!

5 comments:

  1. Betty is now 18 months old and still has annoying furball moments, generally in the evenings, when she's jumping around like a mad thing and likes to nip at OH's feet or knuckles. Thankfully, it's not every evening now, she is definitely calming down a bit. Interestingly, she hardly ever nips at me during her mad moments, only OH - which I think is probably due to the fact that he playfights with her sometimes, which I don't! Our vet, who has a pup the same age as ours, says they usually calm down by the age of 3!

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    1. Biting, rushing and jumping up when we try to have a cuppa, are the three things that annoy us the most at the moment.

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  2. Sounds like she decided socialisation was a Good Thing so she continued!
    J x

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    1. Hope it doesn’t happen every week!

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  3. Our fur babies are precious, but annoying at times. I was on all fours doing one of my wrist exercises and Shania (our tabby) decided that was the perfect time to weave in and out between my arms and body. She even managed to smack me in the face a few times.

    Hopefully Ruby out grows the jumping and biting.

    God bless.

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