Thursday, December 24, 2015

Merry Christmas, Friends!

My mum and I wish you a Merry Christmas! We want to share a favorite Christmas video with you that wasn't on youtube last year but it is now.  It's called A Child's Christmas in Wales and is based on a story by Dylan Thomas.  We get to watch the adventures of a grandfather's childhood Christmases as he recounts them to his grandson.  They are full of adventure, food, family, friends, and fun.  And, maybe best of all, it has a scalawag of an Airedale in it, just like some of us are sometimes!

If you can't watch it now (because it's nearly an hour long), come back and watch or go to youtube to watch it.

We both know that Christmas is really about the birth of Jesus Christ and we're grateful for that.  We think some fun can be thrown into the celebration, too.  (After all, we are Airedales.  Or at least, I am!)  

We hope you have a great day with lots of fun and joy.  Merry Christmas! 

from Hannah and Nancy.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Airedales at the Thrift Store

My mum was at the thrift store last week and found a book with photos of us Airedales in it.  She didn't buy the book because it only had two pages of us but she took photos.  Aren't we adorable puppies?  We think it's wonderful they put us on the cover!
Even Airedale puppies know what's what and what they want -- and they go for it.  Airedales are ready for LIFE!

I hope you're having fun in your life.

--from Hannah.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The Airedale is Not Named Fats

My mum found this book with an Airedale in it.  In case you didn't know, she likes books with Airedales -- but she likes me in person lots better.

It's called Christina Katerina and Fats:  and the Great Neighbhood War by Patricia Lee Gauch and Stacey Schuett.  The Airedale doesn't play a big part in the book but he joins in the "fun."

My mum thought the drawings of the 'dale were cute and liked a few of the poses.  She just snapped several with her camera and is only posting the cover and this one:

Maybe you could get this book and read it to your human/'dale.  The people are a little rowdy and we 'dales like rowdy!  I was glad the Airedale was not named Fats but I don't think that's a nice name, not even a nickname, for anyone.  Do you?