Wednesday, 13 April 2011

International translator required.......

Sincere apologies to international readers whose first language isn't English for Small Dog's contribution to yesterday's post.

She has a complete blind spot when it comes to spelling and punctuation, although her grammar is really rather good.

Apologies also if anyone tried to use Google Translate..... apparently Yorkshire Terrior isn't a supported language.  I suggest that you simply say the words out loud, just as they're printed..... she's a phonetic dog and writes the words as they sound.

If all else fails I can provide a translation on request.

In response to all the emails and texts asking for an update on Small Dog's condition, I can report that she had a restful night and is much perkier this morning.  I have passed on everyone's good wishes.

Well, after the worry and stress of yesterday, today is set to be a whirlwind of activity as we attempt to clear the decks of work etc before Friday.

However before I ensconce myself in the workroom, I must highlight a wonderful workshop session being organised by two of our artisan friends.

Celia of KT Miniatures and Robin of Coombe Crafts are running a half-day workshop in Thame, Oxfordshire on Sunday 21 June.  Entitled 'Over the Little Garden Fence' workshop, students will make a stunningly realistic miniature garden setting in either 1/12th or 1/24th scale.  Full details and downloadable booking form available HEREPlaces are limited so book early!

Right, back to work. No rest for the moderately badly behaved and all that......



5 comments:

Mags Cassidy said...

itt woz kleer too me - diddn'tt kneed translashun.
Mags

Robin said...

Gee thanks Sandra!!
So glad that SD is feeling perky again so you can relax and all have a super weekend.
Robin

KT Miniatures said...

Yep...cheers for the plug Sandra and glad SD is brighter. Now you can go & enjoy your weekend!

Dave Williams said...

Glad to hear small dog had a restful night. Yorkshire terrier language is new to me, but just about managed to understand.
Dave

tattyhouse said...

Hope your doggy is feeling better today, and the camping trip is good. Supposed to warm up this weekend so should all be good.