First, I would like to say sorry for the delay of this post. I have been so busy with Christmas and all of that sort of stuff. I sincerely hope you have had a wonderful Christmas with lots of food and presents and all things nice. But now, let me take you to the Babblebrook Bay Hotel where the Huckleberry Hound Dog family are beginning to wake up in their rooms. The children, Esme and Dennis, are sharing a room together. Their mother and father are doing the same. You see, they won a competition and the prize was a week in the hotel with a special Christmas Lunch. The Babblebrook Bay Hotel was meant to be closed over the winter holidays but ever so kindly, Basil Hazelwood, the chef, gave up his holidays and opened hotel up for them. Now isn't that the true Christmas Spirit,?
"Oooohhhhaaaarrrgggghhhh!" yawned Hatty Huckleberry. She had just got out of bed. Her lazy husband was still snoring in their bed.
She had to get ready for the big day. It was CHRISTMAS day!!! She put on her lipstick,
Then, with one huge sneeze, Hubert woke up.
"Go and comb your fur dear, don't forget to brush behind your ears!" piped Hatty.
"What time is it?" yawned Hubert.
"Twelve o'clock." tutted Hatty.
"I feel like another nap," moaned Hubert.
"Don't be ridiculous honey, I was awake at half nine!"
"You go and check on the kids while I have a nap in the lounge."
"Oh you..you...you....YOU!! Hhhrrgghhh!! Why do I BOTHER!!" mumbled Hatty angrily.
Hubert went with a blanket and lay down on the sofa. The lazy old lump!
Hatty went to get the children from their room. "Hello dearies!" chanted Hatty. "How did you two get on together?"
"We were fine," said Esme. "But we woke up in the middle of the night because of a loud snoring noise coming from somewhere." Dennis reminded Esme. "Oh dear, that must have been your father. He was snoring all night," fussed Hatty. "Shall we see if he's awake yet? He's snoozing in the lounge."
"Again?" cried Dennis.
When they arrived at the lounge, they found that whilst he was sleeping, Hubert had rolled off the sofa.
"You are silly, father," remarked Esme.
There was so much to eat and drink. Hatty is quite full.