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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~


Monday, December 10, 2018

Dogs & December ...

He sat on the sofa basking in the sunshine, warming up.
We had spent a good couple of hours walking through the woods … I was picking up pine cones...
he was picking up scents :-D
Meeting up with a few younger dogs, he tried to catch up as they ran for balls running circles around him  …
His 10 year old legs prefer walking to running these days. I watch him with a smile on my face … what is it about your own dog? there is just none like them!
The white around his eyes, muzzle, chest and paws is more visible against his shiny black coat.
What a handsome boy he is!

Once home, I make a cup of tea & spend the remainder of the afternoon creating boughs to hang around the garden.
Cedar and pine cones simply tied with twine for the country look we love. Outside {and indoors} decorating is all finished now.
"my sunshine doesn't come from the skies. It comes from the love that's in my dog's eyes"
Brown eyes watching every move I make.
My Velcro dog x
"some people don't understand why my dog means so much to me.
That's ok, my dog does"