Sophie looks so at home with the grasses waving as she makes her way through.Thoughts were with you yesterday, hoping all went well, as I have read, a huge day for you all.Hope Sophie can visit too, and when you do visit, it will not be in the role of carer, but as a son seeing his Dad,being looked after so well,and you will be able to take home good memories. Greetings from Jean.
Yes, I am looking forward to my first visit with just me and Dad. It is a huge relief to know that he is 'safe'. Thanks Jean.Oh yes, Sophie is allowed to visit anytime!! She just needs proof of up-to-date vaccinations. I will try to post about this first visit.
Awww, Sophie looks like she is having so much fun! I reckon Naughty George would be in his element there ;-)And it looks sunny too ... you having a good Autumn?
A very good autumn here Annie. Sophie would so give NG a run for his money! She LOVES chasing the guys!! Don't know where she ever got that from, do you?! lol
There! You did it again Annie! You make me very light-hearted! Thanks, I needed this levity!
What beautiful shots these are, Jim!
Thanks Pat. You would have a ball with this grass in all seasons....when the wind hits it and the sun is making it shimmer....
Oh Sophie! So much fun!! And I love that movie...
I remember that movie too! With Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty in 1961! I just looked it up. A friend and I sneaked in the movie theatre because it was 'adult' only. I'd like to see it again.
I'm not awake... forgive this - Aren't you glad you don't have to mow this? It was my first thought when I saw the pictures. :-)Good Morning, I think...Looks like Sophie has some paths.
LOL! You and your grass!! I say GROW WILDFLOWERS!!!! Couldn't resist that, Sharon.Rise and shine! Have a great day, Ms.Tennessee!
Snakes among the flowers, sounds like a great spell binding story, Jim!Starts out with an old woman who has a Kleenex box taped to her cane. Her hand gun in it's holster, safety off, ready at a moment's notice. She walks slowly to the mailbox watching and listening for any snaky movement. The whole time though she's admiring the beautiful blossoms that a friend encouraged her to have... and blowing her nose. She reaches over to pluck a few beauties on their stems and she hears it... the unmistakable rattle. Dropping her flowers, she reaches for her gun and shoots the varmint that was ready to strike. Holstering her gun, she picks more blossoms and continues to the mailbox. On her return, she picks more flowers and blows her nose. She stops to rest on the porch, slips a nitro under her tongue as she sits in the glider to admire her wonderful yard.LOL! I couldn't resist, Jim. ;-)
Mad!? Me!? I LOVE this spontaneity!!! Now that is a great visual Sharon....I read it aloud and you had a very captive audience here! I'd love to know more about this lady....oddly, she sounds a tad familiar....
Hi Jim,Sophie looks so happy, she really knows her way to the beach! I am Sending you some happy vibes from over here, after your long day yesterday.Ivan
Thanks so much Ivan! They (the vibes) arrived at a perfect time as I just got back from visiting Dad. It is difficult to see him there but I know he is safe there.Sophie could get to that beach with her eyes closed! It was the first one she visited 5 years ago.
Sophie is such a lucky girl to have the dunes and the beach as her playground. You can see the dune grasses just flow with excitement when Sophie's presence graces them. Have a great Thanksgiving!:)
Janet, thank you! We are off to my brother's for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow, looking forward to it.This is one of Sophie's favourite playgrounds.
Jim- its hard to believe that photos of grass could be so lovely-- but these are simply magnificent. Sophie looks so happy among the grasses-- even the colors are gorgeous! Beautiful pictures Jim!!XoxoVicki
Hi Vicki! Good to see you! Yes, Sophie loves this area and is very 'at home' here!Thanks.
The horses would think they died and went to heaven with that grass!!! I was off line yesterday, and just read yesterday's post a bit ago. Thinking of you and your family.
They would indeed, Terry! lolThanks Terry, it was quite a day for us all. He is doing well though and will need time to adjust to the new surroundings.Have a great weekend.
Splendour indeed, delightfully wonderful memories for you.
Thanks Gemel. Good to see you!
Somehow Sophie running through the grasses (which she looks beautiful doing by the way) made me think of the chorus in the Johnny Horton song, 'The Battle of New Orleans' -- Am I showing my age by remembering that song??
Yes you are but that's alright, Kim! I remember that song well! Next we are there, in the grasses that is, I will sing the chorus!! lol
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