“The sun is out Doc!” exclaims little T as she looks out the window. “Woof, woof!” says her puppy, which translates to, “I’m not really sure what you mean, but judging from the tone of your voice it sounds lovely!”
“I think we should go to the beach!” T becomes excited and does a little dance before going off to find her Dada who was actually busy with work. Doc seeing her all excited, becomes equally excited too.
“Can we go to the beach Dada? Little T asks her dad who was very busy with work.
From behind his mountain of papers, Dada sighs and says “Fine, let’s go to the beach“. Little T squeals in delight, making Doc go Woof, woof, woof, which translates to, “I’m not sure why my little human is happy, but that also makes me happy!
So off to the beach they went.
“Look at all these lovely stones, Doc!”
Woof, woof, woof! which translates to “Can I eat them?!”
“Don’t be silly, Doc. If you eat them, you will choke”
‘C’mon let’s go exploring instead and then we can play with the waves!”
‘This is fun!” says little T. Doc on the other hand, didn’t look convinced at all. He had his little tail between his legs …
“Woof, woof, woof! ” Doc told little T, which translates to “No, it’s not fun! It’s too cold!“
“Don’t be such a baby, Doc! It isn’t cold!”
“Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof!” which translates to “But I am a baby! And it’s easy for you to talk, you’re wearing wellies, a coat, a scarf and a silly woolly hat with pompoms!
And he adds, “Woof, woof, woof, woof”
which translates to, “So I’m just going to sit here and keep myself warm by the grass. While you can go around and run like a loony”
To which little T replied: “Fine!”
And did just as Doc suggested – ran around like a loony till it was time to go home.
All photos taken at Widemouth Bay in Bude, North Cornwall.
This post is linked-up with Coombe Mills Country Kids.