Monday, 15 July 2019

Sky Watching

Monday nights can be nothing nights
I'm relaxing on the couch reading blogs, watching  long lost family,  and am having a good cry, it's designed to make you cry
I've been messaging  Rachel earlier too  ...she makes me laugh.
Mary has been sat on my knee for an hour and for most of that time  she has been watching the sky through the tiny living room window change from a sweet natured pink to an inky grey
Welsh terriers sit and watch and think
It's the way they are



47 comments:

  1. awwww sweet mary...a great thinker!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes, Elsie does the same. On the threshold of an open door, summer or winter.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I love all the terriers - mine's a Border and she is much the same.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Little, battling dogs with attitude ,,,who need time to think...the best kind of dogs pat x

      Delete
    2. Mine were Cairns, little ratters. Our two were a great mouser team; Fiona cornered them, Angus administered the coup de gras.

      Delete
  4. Perhaps I was a Welsh Terrier in an earlier life.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Anonymous11:06 pm

    Looks like those hooves could do with a bit of pampering.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Pay for ít and I will allow any intervention xx

      Delete
  6. I watched "Long Lost Family" too. In my opinion, tonight's stories were not as emotionally gripping as some of the programme's stories have been.

    ReplyDelete
  7. That last line could have read, “that’s the way we are.”

    ReplyDelete
  8. There is much to love about Terriers. All of mine are thinkers. As you know I just love them quirks and all.
    parsnip x

    ReplyDelete
  9. She's thinking 'thank fuck, no crocs'

    ReplyDelete
  10. I do believe that Rachel is a great friend to you. Do you know one another in person?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

      Delete
  11. WT's are such nice dogs, and great companions. My late mother always had them, and never stopped praising them.

    ReplyDelete
  12. both of you look very comfortable.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Rachel's blog has vanished at the moment and I was worried if she was okay. I am glad to hear that she is here. Mary is such a sweetie.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

      Delete
    2. It's a shame you don't leave us all be Arsula.
      It's only a matter of time before you give out one of your nasty hurtful comments and get banned from this blog again.

      Delete
    3. Pat, do you remember that irritating Michael Winner (RIP) advert? "Calm down dear, it's only a commercial."

      Mind you, why my comments do show up twice I do not know.

      Thanks for adding some hilarity to my commenting here. I had never thought of myself as an "Ars"usla. Now is a good time as any to reinvent myself.

      "Hurtful comments"? Maybe you and your ilk should start looking in your own mirror instead of dishing out potentially "hurtful comments" and leaving me be.

      U

      Delete
    4. From July 8

      You'll be relieved to know that this is my last piece of "tosh" I'll ever write to you. You may pride yourself on your compassion. You have little (at least for me). I wrote from my heart and you just shit on it. I was in two minds before hitting "send" as opening up myself does and doesn't come easy at the same time. I wish I hadn't [hit send]. You and I are through, "Expert".

      U

      And yet here you are again you fecking cow.

      Delete
    5. Sheri, hi. I hope you do realize that calling me a "fecking cow" does reflect on you in a less than mooing way.

      Charmed, I am sure,
      Arsula

      Delete
    6. Talking to yourself here. So many identities you have.

      Delete
  14. What? Reading our scintillating replies to you is boring?!
    It may be your most boring night...but it's probably Mary's favourite.

    ReplyDelete
  15. you gotta wonder what's going thru mary's head in that photo.

    ReplyDelete
  16. How is your eye my lovely? has it gone black?

    ReplyDelete
  17. Monday nights are actually chill.
    Reading blogs is one of my favs pastime lol. Sometimes I pens too much time reading them. I like how you relax 😎😎
    XoXo

    ReplyDelete
  18. Scottie's as you know, sit and do that same kind of looking into the distance and are seemingly so deep in thought. I have wondered what Todd is thinking about -- is he solving the problems of the universe, remembering past fun and adventures, or is he simply thinking about his next meal?

    ReplyDelete
  19. Barbara Anne3:05 pm

    Does Mary lick your face when you cry? Our beloved Basset hound, Daisy, did that. She could also count to four and checked to make sure we were all home by dark. You and Mary look so cozy. :)

    Remember the song with the words "Monday, Monday, can't trust that day ..."?

    Hugs!

    ReplyDelete
  20. Suky lies with her nose pressed into the carpet, eyes peering upwards at any potential clue to food arriving. She also lies watching television snoring, waiting for any animal or bird to appear on the screen that she should bark at 🤣🤣

    ReplyDelete
  21. There is absolutely nothing as good as a dog (in my opinion)

    ReplyDelete
  22. Softie guys crying at Long Lost Family - er, me too.

    ReplyDelete
  23. Our young Labrador quietly looks at things, he likes people watching too, as I do X

    ReplyDelete
  24. It saddens me, John, that you cannot make a brief mention of our friendship on your blog without such vitriol towards both of us coming from Ursula as seen by me here early last night.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Agreed rachel.
      We have been dear friends for quite a few years now.
      I think that fact should be celebrated and enjoyed!
      Xx

      Delete
    2. And by everyone......

      Delete
  25. I wonder what Mary was thinking about?

    ReplyDelete

I love all comments Except abusive ones from arseholes