Sandy faces

Me: Look at your adorable sandy faces.

Nell: Yes. It certainly made Charlie smile.

Me: The perfect way to lift the Monday blues is to see happy sandy dogs.

Nell: It was an extremely enjoyable walk.

Me: And everybody came. Fortunately the beach was empty as the sight of seven dogs, a cat, a flamingo and a turkey might have drawn attention.

Nell: I can’t think why. You see all sorts on the beach.

Me: True. I’m glad Charlie was able to join us.

Nell: We are treasuring each moment.

Me: I know.

Nell: Now, we have been discussing hats for the Easter Parade.

Me: What Easter Parade?

Nell: It’s on Easter Sunday. Do keep up.

Me: I didn’t know.

Nell: The Cat feels we should go big and bold this year and I am inclined to agree.

Me: I’m not sure big and bold is quite me.

Nell: Poppy wants to go as the Easter Terrier but that’s far too scary.

Me: The Easter Terrier?

Nell: I told you about this last year. Easter is a particularly dangerous time for dogs because of all the chocolate.

Me: Yes, it is.

Nell: So the Easter Terrier protects us all by boxing the Easter Bunny’s ears if it gets too close.

Me: Gosh.

Nell: David wants to play the Easter Bunny. He thinks fighting with Poppy would be fun. Foolish animal. Poppy is a black belt.

Me: It would certainly be exciting.

Nell: It’s not happening. Now, what about you?

Me: I could wear my all encasing hat.

Nell: It is about celebrating not keeping your ears warm. Good grief.

Me: Yes. Sorry.

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