Tuesday, 8 September 2009


Look at all of of my china dogs which are all lined up on my pink shelf in my room. I started to collect them at Car Boot Fairs with my Mum . We get up really early on Saturday's to go to them. At the Boot Fairs there are a lot of stalls selling China dogs for about 50p or a £1 or maybe £2.00. I have got big dogs, small dogs.

My Lovely pretty flowers.
In a lovely Roman vase which we bought at an Antique Fair in Woodbridge.

Here is my lovely collection of the small and medium china dogs with a lot of character. I have also managed to find a Stanley dog.
(Lucky Me).

Hear are my two big dog's at the back one is a Sheep dog. The one next to it looks like it is saying " Water please" woof". The dogs in front are a pair I bought for a £1. The Mum is guarding her puppies.

My Grandma gave me this lovely fun looking china dog which she had for ages.
I really love this one specially, it looks really excited to get his food. And the green bird thought to itself " Hang on this is not water this is dog food yuck".

I love this china dog it looks so shiny and kind, it looks like it has had been washed with Pantene Ice shine shampoo . What I like about him is its face and his ears are so soft looking.

I picked up this dog in a Boot Fair and thought to myself this looks like a 1930's dog so I said to the people on the stall "I have this one please". So I asked them "How much is this dog" And they said "50p" so I Said "Yes". When I asked the people how much the dog was it reminded me of that song " How much is that doggy in the window I do hope that doggy is for sale woof".

Here they are again the one on the end is a Dulux dog which is on white paint pots.

This poodle is Russian. I just can't stop collecting and buying china dogs.

That is the End of my Adventure woof woof

Or in our language Thanks for reading.


Sunday, 6 September 2009


Look what I found in my green house on a cucumber plant: a really big cucumber shaped like a phone. '' Hello, can't hear you, speak up please" ..... "Could I take your order please". We go in our green house and pick what we would like to eat for our lunch. My word, what a lot of chopping I have to do. Got to go and chop my phone up for our salad. See you later.