Friday, 27 July 2012

One Sunny Saturday ....

One sunny Saturday Katie and Charlie went on a picnic to Felbrigg Hall.
Felbrigg Hall was one of Katie's favourite National Trust houses.

Togged up in shorts, sun hat and copious amount of sun cream, Charlie gallivanted around the gardens.
He chased chickens, raked grass, hid in the willow tunnel and took his favourite cars for a ride in a wheel barrow.

After having so much fun, Charlie was exhausted. 
"An ice-cream would do the trick", Katie thought.

He licked, slurped and dropped his ice-cream but above all Charlie enjoyed it.

In the car, Charlie slept and awoke in a strange place.
His expression was curious and anxious.

But this place wasn't scary.
They'd arrived at a new home.

But whose home was this to be?

His face relaxed and anxiety melted away as he was greeted by a friendly face.

His Auntie Tina.

The End.



  1. Lovely little tale, Charlie had a busy day!


  2. Looks like a wonderful trip, hope you have happy sunny weekend sweetie :) good luck and everything crossed for the lottery!! he he

    Bee happy x

  3. Sweet story, glad it was such a nice day. x

  4. Looks great.How did you do that with the pictures, it looks so good!

  5. Orrh! So cute! Bless little Charlie. What a fab adventure you both have had. RMxx

  6. Awe..sounds like the perfect day :) Charlie looks so cute in the photo's (I really like the one where he is running down the path with the lavender, just so sweet). He looks like he was very busy indeed..
    Glad to hear you are enjoying the sunshine, hasn't it just been lovely!
    Magie x

  7. Hello Katie,
    Lovely post and story!!! Oh! Charlie I'm so jealous...yum! that's a 99,isn't it??? I love 99's...ages since I had can't get flakes here )-:....well that is unless I take a trip to the English supermarket and they have them SOMETIMES! He looks as if he has had a fantastic time-gorgeous photos!

    Pls don't forget Katie I have a giveaway on the go and its open to everyone. I'd hate for my bloggerfriends to miss it.
    Keep well