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.
Oh that we all could be protected by a steadfast and loyal (if slightly drooly) PON called Bob.
Don't be fooled...under that calm and furry exterior lurks a fearsome beast of a dog.Yours sincerelyBob's PR Agent
A fearsome beast of a dog who looks even more terrifying with a lamb in his mouth ! Brave men have been known to tremble at the sight !
Drooly and lopsided doesn't count!Bit depressing that the Times haven't changed all that much since 1967.....or 1920s...30s (Will Rogers' observations.)
With all the Pon's adventures in gastronomy, I thought I'd pass along this surprising tidbit I found. http://www.littlethings.com/asian-lady-beetles-and-your-dog/?utm_source=htip&utm_medium=Facebook&utm_campaign=shocking
Is Bob okay now?
Yes, the times are a changing with the U.S. presidential election at hand. Uncomfortable, eerie feeling as to how a certain possible outcome could affect us all. The answer is blowing in the wind.Has there been any improvement in Bob's condition yet?
If the election doesn't go well, I hope you have a spare room at the ROF!
Watching the results as they come in for the US Presidental candidates. I find myself feeling light headed, then realize, I'm holding my breath,again!
We've been watching too. The same feeling as Brexit night !
You certainly seem to have called it with that tune! It's a hard day to be an American expat in Tokyo (or anywhere I suppose). The men in dark suits must be pulling out their hair.
This morning a lot of people in the foreign Ministry in Tokyo and Seoul wondering what the future holds.
This is a very dark day for America. I'm feeling very lopsided myself. Bob and Sophie's good faces are a welcome sight.
Do dogs get bells palsy? it can be triggered by stress in humans.