This isn’t about singing or harmonising, just a short post regarding Maggie.
Everyone knows that animals hear or sense more than us humans and react accordingly, and this evening Maggie was sitting to attention and staring at me, but for some reason couldn’t make me understand what was worrying her.
Usually I am pretty good at sussing out the problem, but I failed her tonight.
Hubby didn’t though.
He sensed she was scared, so we checked the weather to ensure no thunder was in the area. In fact, there is very little rain on the radar picture, but we are aware of how much the water level is rising here, which isn’t really surprising after all the heavy rain we’ve had over the last couple of days (not that we’re too worried to be honest).
It didn’t take long for Hubby to realise it was the wind making her so anxious.
Not the wind outside, but the wind on the movie he was watching, which was all about twisters and hurricanes.
You know, I couldn’t hear it, only the dialogue.
He cancelled the film and is watching something else.
Within minutes, Maggie was curled up at his feet fast asleep and relaxed.
Maggie and hubby’s feet Jan 2017 : Maggie in her corner May 2016.
Sorry girl ❤ ❤ ❤