Everyday life in a rickety old Scottish farmhouse with a very happy Polish Lowland Sheepdog.
A record of those unimportant little things that are too important to be forgotten.
The sun is out, the air is fresh and there are seals on the beach. Today might turn out to be the best day ever. Now, if only there were Ginger Snaps. Perhaps they'll appear after a napette ?
Nobby and Gail are very much looking forward to reading about Sophie's first encounter with a seal...
Does Sophie require cream in her Brandy Snaps? And must they be still crunchy?
A girl PON can dream, can't she? Wonderous things can sometimes happen after a napette.
What great vistas you have, Sophie! In searching to see if ginger snaps were particularly Scottish—as my gr-gr grandmother made them in New England—I discovered they originated in Europe and came with the Dutch, German, and English settlers to colonial America...
Or a good croissant
Sophie and I have things in common. I would love to watch seals on the beach, followed by some ginger snaps and a quick napette in the garden.
Sophie has assumed her Show Dog stance in that first photo!
Thank you , how beautiful.
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