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Tag Archives: dog walk
Maggie was poorly at 4.50am and got me up. Luckily there were no accidents indoors and once she’d gotten rid of whatever it was that had upset her, she went straight back to sleep until around 8am. We thus had … Continue reading
Sick of the news and depressed beyond belief, Hubby and I decided to walk the dog down to the park and feed the ducks. The bread I would usually take is still good, so we took a bag of bird … Continue reading
Maggie may be losing her hearing and her vision not as good as it was, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with her sniffer. On our walk this morning, practically every blade of grass got the benefit of her snozz, … Continue reading
I rang Bro yesterday evening as it was the start of his day and his birthday. I’d already sent a card, and he too had one of my Happy Half Year greetings. He thought my poem was fun. He’s spoken … Continue reading
She sat alone, staring out to sea, Her face a picture of memory. I softly approached and rested my arm On the back of the bench, no wish to alarm. I asked where she was in her thoughtful state, She … Continue reading
Scheduled post. My blogging friend Sarah walks miles with her dog Choppy and keeps a tally. You can see this past week’s figures here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/7256074/posts/1750354965 When we were on the boat, Hubby and/or I had to walk Maggie up to … Continue reading
Following on from yesterday’s post with Maggie on the beach, these were some photos I took of the sky which was amazing in contrast by moving just a few inches to one side! You can just make out the large … Continue reading
Walking the dog under a marbled sky, No-one about, just Maggie and I. I look to the left and then to my right, Notice the onset of diminishing light. Clouds threaten yonder, heading our way, Thunder expected later today. Trotting … Continue reading
I’ve said before that her Ladyship likes to smell the flowers on our walks. It’s a fact of life (and sometimes annoyance) that dogs like to sniff, especially when on the search for that perfect blade of grass to grace … Continue reading