I love writing about my dog, but I get bored of repeating the word ‘dog’. In my blog posts I often refer to my four-legged surrogate child as ‘pooch’ or ‘furry friend’ or ‘four-legged friend’. I recently came across my favourite name so far – ‘Pruppet’. ‘Pruppet’ was coined by the CrimeJunkie podcaster Ashley Flowers. If you listen to the CrimeJunkie podcast you’ll be familiar with the ‘Pruppet of the month‘ section.
Anyway, it got me thinking. What do you call your dog?
“The woods and valleys of the region thrum with a living past. In this stunning landscape haunted castles, bottomless lakes and strange follies hold echoes of massacres, ghosts and miracles. “ http://www.breconbeacons.org The Brecon Beacons is a National Park in Wales. Spanning 518.9 sq miles, the Park boast fantastic walks, ancient castles, pretty towns, nature and […]
“Exmoor is renowned for its dramatic coastal views, heather moorland, ancient woodlands, steep combes and Exmoor Ponies.” http://www.visitsomerset.co.uk The Exmoor National Park is huge. It runs along the coast and spans 267.5 square miles (692.8 squared kilometres). The park is so vast and there are so many things to do and see, you couldn’t ‘do’ it in a […]
I’m not sure that there is anything nicer than being either in, or on, water. Actually, let me correct that – I’m not sure that there is anything nicer than being either in, or on, beautifully blue water. As such, you can imagine that I’m very keen to gravitate towards blue lagoons whenever the opportunity […]
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