WOOF! What an exciting day it has been at Willer towers. This evening I discovered a new blog called Paris Breakfast, in which I have just been featured.
The writer has imagined a fantasy Paris life for me, and also my human pet, who fell about laughing when she read the post and saw the picture of a dog (supposed to be me) sitting in a Louis-something armchair. I don’t see why she found it so funny as I can quite imagine myself in the various scenarios.
As everyone knows, I’m quite a sociable little chap and I like nothing better than a barbecue, so it is going to be quite a tough decision as to which of the following I attend this weekend (hopefully both).
On Saturday 3 June, there is a Jubilee Garden BBQ at the Auberge de Blanzay, 15.00 h onwards - and guests can choose from: Sandringham Sausages, Buckingham Burgers and Coronation Chicken. Yum! I am counting down the hours.
On Saturday evening, starting at 7.30pm there is a Jubilee celebration at at The Mad Hatter’s Kitchen, with a buffet and live band. Guests are to dress up as a member of the royal family, past or present. My pet keeps making terrible jokes about dying me ginger so that I can go as one of the queen's corgis.
Even worse, one of her friends suggested that I could go as Prince Charles because of my big ears. Honestly, it's a good job that I'm not easily offended.
Anyway, I won’t have been dyed a different colour (I hope) but I will be wearing my special Union Jack collar,a gift from a lovely anglaise called Sarah who gave it to my pet at her book signing in London. Thank you Sarah. It fits perfectly and I love it as much as my tricolore neckerchief, which I wear for special French occasions.
And finally, on Monday night, there is fish and chip night (what could be more British than that?) at the bar in Champniers, where the Jubilee concert will be showing on a wide screen TV. Exciting!
Happy diamond Jubilee everyone,
Love, Biff. xxx !!! PS: If you seem me out and about, I really like burgers, with or without the bun, and also sausages, though I'm normally not allowed either. That's not a hint or anything. I'm just saying.