Well last week I went on a holiday to Tasmania in search of two special little girls called Ellie and Ash. My elderly guardians Pauline and Rob are their great auntie and uncle. I reckon this might make me their adoptive fourth cousin thrice removed.
OK, so here I am in the plane from Sidney….sorry, Sydney.
When we got to Hobart Pauline told me the girls live in a very cute little house that used to be a chapel. It took a bit of walking about and driving in the car, but oh look….I think I found it!
Now these little girls are very clever and sweet. They had made welcome cards for Paulie and Rob….and for me too of course.
They showed me some of their treasures and then we had a wander around their garden ( I am an excellent gardener myself) We ate pasties and chocolate cake for lunch made by Katey, who is their beautiful Mum. It was all most delicious. After that Ellie and Ash both wanted to have their photo taken with me. I don’t blame them, because I am really quite famous. Pauline says I shouldn’t keep saying this, but it’s just the truth.
I decided it would be nice to send the little girls a thank you card after such a special day, but I had to buy one. Even though I am astonishingly clever I’m not as artistic as they are. Plus Pauline doesn’t trust me with scissors, which is a terrible shame.
I sneaked back to their house and spent ages looking for the letter box. Do you know what?? It didn’t have one! Rob told me there might be a hole in the door though. YES! I found it. Is this a good idea Ellie and Ash? Silly people could post slices of bread or pizza. Or pikelets and pancakes. Or even very flat apples. And all the presents people send must have to be thin. Hahaha.
While I was waiting to catch the plane back to Sidney, sorry…. Sydney, I decided to learn how to colour in. Well if I get good enough I might send them a Christmas card made by me myself alone.
Goodbye Tasmania. Goodbye dear Ellie and Ashy, it was very exciting to meet you. xxxxxxxxxxxxx I think I love you nearly as much as I love Milly.