The plumbers show up at seven thirty to start work on updating the bathrooms. It would have been nice if they'd called to say they were coming.Three vans and half a dozen overall wearing figures appear. The PONs are delighted.
The morose lads trample the daffodils around the well. The well is the morose lads favourite spot for cigarette breaks. The house reverberates to the sound of banging and sawing. There are slivers of croissant at the bakers for the PONs. For them this is turning out to be a quite simply marvellous day.
The wine shop is a canine free zone. The angelic duo have to wait outside. I'm gone for all of three minutes. This is long enough for Bob to do his ' I haven't seen you in weeks ' routine when I return. PONs are not a breed to hide their emotions. Sophie is more interested in whether I've brought anything for her to eat.
Sophie is keen to skip and jump everywhere. I do my best to restrain her from putting too much weight on 'that' leg.
Freshly dug worms provide solace.
Oh my goodness - has the fancy baker gone on a go slow? Not much of a selection this morning, but at least there were slivers of croissant.
Plumbers in the house - let the fun begin on a PON fantastic day !
At least you have the key to the Old Farmer's house for the several days when you will be without running water.
Bit worried about the 'Exotiques' in the bakery. Will they survive a Le Pen presidency, or will it only be proper French croissants allowed? And as for the 'Russe'...
Hope the morose lads brought their lunches...to share with the PONs.
Awww sounds like the Pons had a great day out. I guess it is better that the tradies were early than late.
Only 3 minutes in that glorious wine shop?
Here in the US plenty of people NOT being silent about things that matter. The press in particular is doing a good job, much to the dismay of the administration. Sweden is very much in the news as you may have heard.
Plumbers arriving at 7:30 without advance notice is my idea of a nightmare.
I think it's clear that Sophie's life is nowhere near beginning to end! That wineshop looks like a place one could spend some time in...
Not everyone can appreciate a fresh dug worm. You have a pair of true connoisseurs there. Here is a link to a dog story you might like. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/snow-fort-collapse-1.3992188
I bet Zoose got ice cream - for life !
Phew ! Close call! In New Zealand we get a death every few years from a kid digging a sand tunnel in a dune - not a nice way to go either.
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