|Part of this week's shop window display |
- a series of very cool 1960s Italian
coffee makers that have been much
admired. The cute little double cup
drip (bottom row) sold minutes after
this photo was taken.
|Calypso being so helpful in |
conducting a final inspection
of the window display.
|Poh the Little White SomethingorOther |
came by for a play date, and it was all
good until she got too excited and
decided to bark at Caleb.
|Big mistake, Poh - don't you be barking |
at Caleb unless you want a solid
clobbering in return. He put some
force into this blow - it wasn't a pat on
the nose, it was a serious roundhouse
punch to the nose.
And now I’m talking about the cross-roads cross I regret that I didn’t photograph it before it left the shop. You know I am the world’s worst photojournalist because I keep forgetting to get my camera out, but I have received a rap over the knuckles from an internet business trainer about this and have promised to lift my game. Just don’t tell him that I forgot to photograph something the very next day after he gave me a talking to. He suggested that I video the next time we’re walking through the Paris Markets. Ha! As if! Firstly I barely remember my camera, let alone some video device, and secondly I’m generally pretty busy shopping til I fall down dead when I’m in the Paris Markets. But anyway, with the new! improved! website that will probably eventuate later this year I will try to get all 21st century and include video as well as photos. Maybe. No promises.
|Realising the error of her ways, Poh |
squeals and decides to hotfoot it out
of the shop. But Caleb wasn't letting
her off the hook so easily and gave
chase. At this point I had to ditch the
camera to rescue the dog.
|The next potential play date was a |
Rhodesian Ridgeback. She turned out
to be too boisterous to be allowed into
the shop, so hellos had to be made
through a window.
|But see that Poinciana? I don't care what the builders say, that tree is staying. Build around it, boys, because I will not budge on this.|