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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Pretty pictures

First, my sweet girl Ginger. I wish you all could feel how wonderfully soft and luxurious her coat is; everyone remarks on it when they pet her. Our vet says she has the nicest fur if any dog he's ever seen. And she's a sweetheart, too.


Next up: some flowers blooming in my yard.



And last, a couple of photos taken as I drove home yesterday. The first one is beside my house. Spring is my favorite season, and I just love bright sunny days like these!



18 comments:

  1. Spring is an uplifting time of the year. How are you getting on with your new bicycle?

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    1. I love it! It's so comfortable to ride and the weather has been perfect!

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  2. "Pretty Pictures"... as if you ever share pictures that AREN'T pretty! I can in the photo alone how lustrous Ginger's coat is.

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    1. Thanks Mitchell! I'm afraid my blog is kind of boring. My life is far from exciting, but I like it. :)

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    2. Your blog is not boring. It's colorful and serene, and your pictures are lovely!

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    3. I agree with Chris. Definitely not boring.

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    4. Thank you, guys! You both are always so kind. ❤

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  3. Mitchell is right, you can see from the photo how soft and lustrous Ginger's coat is. The sort of fur you want to smoosh your face in. (Well I do, anyway). By the way, I saw "Big little lies" in the local library last week and remembered your review, so I picked it up. And you are spot on, unputdownable.

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  4. Ginger looks perfect; my kinda dog 100%.

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    1. She's a great dog! Our sweetheart!

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  5. Ginger has a kind face. She reminds me a bit of my previous much adored dog, though he was the colour of her paws all over ,with a white bib and toes and pointy ears! He had lovely thick fur round his neck, and when I knew I wouldn't have him for much longer, I used to take his collar off and bury my hands in it. I can still feel it now. Making me cry! I now have a mini schnauzer, who will be 4 in June. ( and a yorkie who isn't mine but lives here apart from daytime when she keeps her elderly owner company)

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    1. Oh, I'm sorry you cried for missing your sweet dog. Ginger is very kind, and so smart...she's like a third human who lives with us.

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  6. I love the pictures Jennifer. Looks like you live in a really lovely locality. I love Spring too.

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    1. Spring is especially pretty around here. Summer is too hot, and winter is just dull and brown, but this time of year is nice!

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  7. When I found out your address I had a look round your neighbourhood courtesy of Street View. People have so much space in Florence. Even modest homes have generous plots. Here in Sheffield we are much more tightly packed.

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    1. It's true, we have nice sized lots. The one our house sits on is close to 1/2 an acre. I wouldn't want to live any closer to my neighbors...a big yard is important to us!

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  8. Having read Mr Pud's comment, I also went to Florence via Google street view. I landed randomly on Bellaire Drive ( though I have no idea where you actually live) and I see what he means about having so much space! It all looks so open with so many green lawns and large gaps between the bungalows.Do you call them " bungalows"? If you are to have a look via google at Station Rd. Harpenden UK , you will see my neighbourhood and how different it looks!!

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