Sunday’s are Fundays!

Yesterday was a really great day. My Daddy works lots of Sundays now (and he won’t let me go with him because of a silly little incident where I plugged out all the computer cables and used them to make nice coloured plaits) but he was off yesterday. So we had a day out! The day didn’t start very well, I climbed down the back of Dad’s jumper so that I could jump out and scare him. It was going fine until the evil Booie told Dad that he saw a rat climb in and Daddy got scared and ran into a wall and I hit my head. Booie thinks he’s so great because he’s so old and ‘responsible’…

Our day out started with going to Dundrum for lunch. I had chips and a smoothie, no nasty green food for me! Then Mummy was still feeling sorry for my little bruised head so she brought me to a clothes shop to spend my pocket money. They had some great outfits for people my size, I got a really cool pair of jeans with a BUTTON! It’s my first proper button, I always had to have elastic before. I’m very grown up now ๐Ÿ™‚ It came with a hoody that has red and black stripes. Apparently I look like Denis the Menace. I’m not sure who that is but I like the word ‘Menace’. Oink the Menace sounds good ๐Ÿ™‚ I tried to pay for it myself but the counter was very high and the man couldn’t see me so Mummy had to do it. She paid from her own purse and hasn’t asked me to hand over my pocket money yet so fingers crossed I now have a new outfit AND my pocket money ๐Ÿ™‚

After shopping we went for a spin in the Oinkmobile. We went to Powerscourt in Wicklow first. I was there before with Mummy but this time the whole place was full of old cars. Some of them looked really cool, I picked out a little yellow one that looked like it would go really fast but Mummy caught me before I could put a brick I found on the accelerator and drive off. Spoilsport ๐Ÿ™

On the way home we stopped in Dun Laoghaire for ice cream. I had a huge fine with chocolate in it. I was meant to share with Ted but he said he’d prefer an apple. Weird… We’re going to the Tall Ships Festival in Dublin this week and the first boat had already arrived in Dun Laoghaire so I got to see it. There were some girls right up on top of the mast, they must be very brave. I know I like climbing but it was very high up. There must have been chocolate up there that they were trying to get down. I can’t think of any other explanation. Here’s a picture of me in front of the boat (it’s name is Pogoria) wearing my new hoody. I think I look pretty amazing ๐Ÿ™‚






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