Sunday, 10 December 2017

A Tiny Moment


Tonight Mary sat for an age just inches away from the log burner
Watching the flames through sleepy eyes
It moved me.

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  1. She was probably counting her blessings.

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  2. Flames can be very hypnotic. Is that Winnie's bum taking pride of place?

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  3. Mary probably thought she was watching "I'm a Welsh Terrier Get Me Out of Here!"

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  4. Animals by the fire make it a home. x

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  5. She was probably contemplating what she is getting for Christmas.

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  6. My labrador retriever likes to snuggle up to the stove too. Sometimes she just sits and stares into the flame.

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  7. Lovely picture. Home sweet home...last walking dead before the Christmas break, looking forward to your comments as always x

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  8. She is so very sweet .. all warm and dreamy by the fire ..

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  9. Peace in the Valley.

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  10. I don't think i have your email. I need a snap of your dogs for my annual blogroll/friend pet post. :)

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      if you need email jgsheffield@hotmail.com

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  11. Just like Bok; it's amazing we don't smell burning!

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  12. Really Sweet . . .

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  13. Do you have to go out and chop wood?

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  14. That's a sweet photo. Animals make a house a home.

    Just watched the mid season TWD finale. Don't read anything online, just watch and let it play out.

    Looking forward to your review!

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  15. Like an old lady nodding off.
    'My grandma and your grandma sitting by the fire.....'

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  16. Wish we could all join her for an hour or two

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  17. Mavis absolutely loves the log burner at the moment. When she's not stretched out in front of it she's round the back of it ... how she copes with the heat I have no idea ... she comes out every few minutes for a cool down and a quick panting session and then it's straight round to the back again.

    That was something little Charley did when she was small and she would wriggle to get out by going underneath the log burner.

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  18. That's the Nu on a cold night. Do your dogs stare at the cold grate in disappointment on nights the fire isn't lit?

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  19. Dogs are just like us Mary is just enjoying a cozy evening by the fire bless her.

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  20. Thank for your very good article.! i always enjoy & read the post you are sharing!

    jav

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