Sunday, January 17, 2010

A Pile Of Newly Cut Logs

ll of this firewood that was cut on May 29th last year is almost gone. I hope I will get buttercups in this same spot again. They were so beautiful. You can never tell where they will pop up since they like to jump around from year to year. I had a very busy day yesterday with real estate customers, both buyers and sellers. I think this will be a good year.
I am finally beginning to feel like my old self after the first cold I've had in 3 years. I am not a complainer, I just like to suffer in silence. Now that I'm better, I don't mind telling about it. Webster was the one who suffered the most because his walks were not nearly as plentiful as he would have liked. We played ball yesterday now that all of the snow has melted and that made him very happy. He got the "crazy runs" and made me laugh as he zoomed around at 90 miles an hour. He wore himself out.
Enjoy your Sunday. I know I will. Rosemary

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Gail, in northern California said...

That is so sweet to hear how Mr. Webster picked up on the the feeling-better-vibes, "spinning brodies" as he did.

I used to love it when my dog would get in those high flying moods.

I like your dog terminology too -- "crazy runs".

Glad to hear you're feeling better and that business has kicked up a notch. This country needs to hear such bits of good news.

Anonymous said...

Raised with a collie who used to "run the bull". My kids had an Old English sheepdog, Spanky, who did the same. Now my Scottie, Button runs the bull in our house. We all just stay out of the way and laugh! Aren't dogs just the bestest friends? Peg