J U N E
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Harris + Bracken x
June was a month where we said
farewell to lockdown fur (although
the humans were still hanging on
to theirs) and hello to getting
older and wiser as Dad and yours
truly (Harris, that is, as I’m
always the narrator around here)
celebrated our birthdays.
Birthdays usually mean a day trip
somewhere for an adventure, but
this year was a little different
as we had to stay local. Still,
we got outside and we explored
sniffs. When you’re a small hound
with 120 million scent receptors
in your nose, even local
adventures get interesting.
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June started out feeling scruffy.
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Really scruffy.
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Circus Lane
But then our lockdown fur was no
more. Fortunately canine
groomers were allowed to reopen
 
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There was snuggling. There’s
always snuggling. It’s important to
know how to de-stress.
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There was some camo styling.
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Yes, Bracken on a desk. Nothing
strange here. Bracken likes to be
really close to Dad when he’s
 
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Forth Street
During these weeks Dad drove
into the city once a week to get
groceries - human and canine.
 
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Yep, rainy day car trips when you
don’t get out the car. My
expression says it all.
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During lockdown my Auntie Claire
- our friend Betty’s Mum - took up
crochet and made Paws of
 
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June 22, and this was my Official
Birthday Portrait, Part One.
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And Part Two!
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And that was our June. Thanks for
reading this month’s story. Go
adventure, seek out those new
sniffs, but stay safe! ✨
CREATED BY

vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken interiors journalist 📍Scotland

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