"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
How dare you!
When I'm in the garden the 2 terrors hang around whilst my lovely Lily takes it easy lounging indoors.My garden has a few snowdops out ,hellebores & I did have some roses until the frost.Today the camelia is just opening x
She's not letting you out of her sight again!
She's probably updating her Facebook page.
The magic of aerial photos! I love looking at them.Our cats do the same when I ignore them for too long. Which in their case is more than five minutes.
I love the division of fields, by hedgerow and fence.
There is nothing cleverer than a dog at making you feel guilty.
Lovely Mary and very Scottie placemat, this looks good to me.cheers, parsnip and mandibles
She is very attached to you .
Ain't that the truth my shadow
I am trying to figure our your house from the aerial photo. cute puppy!
It's on the very far bit of the photo we lie on the south western part of the village the photo is taken from the north east
Sweet little girl
I'd have to go up in a hot air balloon to get a shot like yours.How did you manage to get back in her good books, by the way ?
I let her follow me everywhere
"I can't take my eyes off of you"
I like the dog at the table,
She is so sweet.
I love that country side, beautiful. Bad human, bad, bad! Lol
Ha! At least Mary stays on a chair. One of our dogs insists being on the desk when I do paperwork. She is small, and we permanently have a pillow on the desk for her to curl up on. But, geez, she does none of the filing, stapling, hole-punching .....
Top picture - cue "The Vicar of Dibley" theme music.
You could let the dogs guest post.
How beautifully rural. I grew up in a country town like that.
It looks like a wonderful place to live. Beautiful picture of Mary, too. Dogs are the best!Debbie
My garden is covered in feet of snow. Mary is a faithful sidekick, like my Jack (a cat). I just groomed him with a new grooming glove, my goodness! It should make a significant difference in the upcoming shedding season. Yay.
My village is the exact opposite. We have a church and Mayor's office in one central spot, with all the farmhouses spread out over the rest of the village land. A real agricultural community.
Ditto mine. Church and school and the rest covers 10 squares kilometres.
Sweet Mary looks like she's reading a dog book - she is adorable!Love the village from the air - enlarged one can really see the details - bigger than I was expecting. If I can ever get to visit my friends in Prestatyn I see on the map you are not far away for a cuppa! Will call first of course, haha!!!!!Happy weekend - Mary
John your village is so charming! I lived in a small little German town by the river when I first moved to Missouri. There were taverns and several wineries. The taverns, were for the whole family to drink, eat and visit with neighbors. I still go to Hermann; I love the atmosphere of small communities! Gabs
Lovely photo of Mary. A lot of sunshine comes in your cottage.Greetings Maria x
The view from the battlements.
Oh those eyes of reproach .... 'talk to me daddy'. She's gorgeous :-)
I do love the aerial photo! What a lovely place.....Our dog is constantly looking for a pet or a scratch or a walk or a treat...it's a rare day that she sleeps and keeps to herself!
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Beautiful village image and surrounding landscape,and Mary on her own chair at the table. It's starting to feel like spring here was out clearing today as well.
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