For Bob a day spent savaging his sister, chasing blackbirds, watching pilgrims and dozing on the doorstep. Villagers on their way to the polling booth are greeted by a shaggy dog standing on a chair. Its tail wags madly .
Filets de loup a citronelle for lunch, milk braised pork with fennel for dinner. Bowls licked until they sparkle.
Humans may have good days and bad days. For sixteen month old PON's every day is simply glorious.
No such a good day for Europe as for Bob and Sophie, I fear.
Us pups usually have good days most da time!
So true. We usually have good days...
XXXOOO Bella & Roxy'
Love that first photo.
Look at those big old Pon paws.
The first photo is adorable...love it.
Sophie's eyes seem to be saying....you just wait, I'll get you back for this savagery dear brother Bob.
I do like bacon sandwiches and french fries Angus, and I'm sure you make them really well but I have to say I'd rather move in the Font. Not that I know what a loup is, nor have I ever tasted milk braised pork, but it all sounds delicious especially if written in French! Food is almost as good as living with dogs isn't it?
In this house food and dogs are intertwined !
Like dinner plates at the end of their legs.
That's the way it should be !
A good day in deepest France Profonde! Milk braised pork was a family favorite growing up -- I've never tried to make it, I wonder if I'd do justice to my Mother's recipe.
Like the 2nd. picture!
Bob and Sophie's delight in life is contagious ! That's the thing.
I love the fact that Google translates "filets de loup a citronelle" as "supreme wolf steamed lemongrass". I don't think I would care much for steamed wolf.
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