Wednesday, October 10, 2007

So it is starting to get a little cooler over here as autumn is setting in. I have never experienced an autumn before and am really enjoying it. The trees are looking so beautiful at the moment, with their leaves starting to turn gold and fall off the trees (I will take a picture tomorrow).

Our dear friend Mr Fox (Sir Foxy-Fox to you) visits us regularly, and seems to really enjoy our company on saturday mornings. We enjoy his company equally. He's not a fan of the crew at Harrods however, and did not support us as we crossed the picket lines and entered the store, despite the chants of "Fur is Murder, Shame on Harrods!" Shame on me...

Sophia has arrived from the land of Oz, a little later than expected, after missing a connecting flight in Hong Kong, but seems to be settling in well to the routine of job interviews and opening bank accounts, all with little sleep on perhaps not the most comfortable sofa?

On to a new segment... COMPETITION TIME


There is a prize for the person who either correctly guesses what type of shop this sign belongs to, or comes up with the most creative response. Happy Guessing!

Shelley

5 comments:

Helen | Pepperina Press said...

Is that *your* fox, or a random fox picture? If it's your fox, I'm afraid he doesn't much look like he's enjoying your company... or maybe it's the paparazzo thing he's objecting to.

For the sign, I'm going with a strip club, only because Fool's Paradise springs to mind. Or a vintage record store. Or a very weird dentist (looks kinda like a mouth with teeth...see?). Ice cream shop? I give up...

Shelley said...

It is our fox- and yes, i do think he was objecting to the peter paparazzo. Actually, he's an old thing- we suspect he is going blind.

gerrod said...

I reckon it's a clothing store of some sort - either that, or a hot-dog vendor!

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abbie said...

i'm going with jeans... and i didn't cheat and ask an english person what it was. I asked a welsh so its probably wrong.