Everyday life in a rickety old French farmhouse with two very lively Polish Lowland Sheepdogs.
A record of those little things too unimportant for a diary but too important to be forgotten.
Love that woe begone look of Mother in photo 2....heart melting. No wonder everyone loves Bob!
Oh, he does have his mother's eyes doesn't he?A very Happy Birthday to them both!There is an antiseptic powder that is very good for hot spots here. I'll email you the name in the morning.
How svelte the birthday duo look compared to their mama! The look on the her face in the second photo seems to say "You're giving my babies away - have I done something wrong? We could have told her not to be sad - that they were going to a very good home with lots of touch rugby, rug surfing, a big garden to practise their gardening skills- and most important of all - lots of love!
Any news of the VOF?
They all look gorgeous to me!Don't you just want to fuss them
The apple really didn't fall far from the tree this time....Bob and Sophie have all the loveliness of their Mama.Any word on the Very Old Farmer...hope he's okay.
The Mother has sad eyes but I think she is beautiful too!
Mama PON seems petite compared to her offspring. Although I do remember some worry about her apparently having dirty feet. Ahem.I, too, am hoping for good news of the VOF.
I remember photos Bob and Sophie's Mum and her pleading,soulful eyes. Bob has certainly inherited those. He fixes his gaze on his intended target and they go all to mush and give him whatever he wants. I certainly couldn't resist him. I love Sophie's tousled hair. She's adorable with her sweet, laughing face.