Three years old today.
Guess that makes her 21...a Saturday and the first day of the holidays to celebrate :)
Extra cuddles today :)
After months sharing stories with Canterbury dog owners, Laura Sessions and photographer Craig Bullock have released Quake Dogs. The book tells the story of more than 80 dogs affected in some way by the earthquakes.
Some stories will break your heart and some are uplifting, but all demonstrate why dogs remain man's best friend. Abbie Napier shares three standout stories. You can read them at the link above - or better still, buy the book :)
The bull is back for good.
A large bronze sculpture of a bull on top of a grand piano will be purchased for the city after a $200,000 public fundraising target was met last night.
The Michael Parekowhai sculpture Chapman's Homer became a Christchurch fixture when it was displayed on an empty site last year.
The Christchurch Art Gallery Trust raised $200,000 towards the purchase on PledgeMe, the most ever raised on the crowd funding website.
The bull will find a permanent home on the new forecourt of the Christchurch Art Gallery when it is completed in 2015.
FOUL-MOUTHED women convicts being deported to Australia on a prison ship will turn the air blue at Whitstable's Playhouse Theatre.
Producers have warned that the stark, hard-hitting drama Female Transport will be the most controversial play yet to be staged in the converted church.
Read more: http://www.thisiskent.co.uk/Theatre-s-convicts-cause-controversy/story-12019444-detail/story.html#ixzz2fJpI0oNm