….thanks to Sue W. and GC for hosting Weekly Prompts Colour Challenge https://weeklyprompts.com/2022/10/01/weekly-prompts-colour-challenge-purplish/
…thanks to GC and Sue W for hosting Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge https://weeklyprompts.com/2022/09/28/weekly-prompts-wednesday-challenge-pernickety-pets/
A few years ago, before COVID, I looked after my neighbours cat while she was in the hospital. His name is Tober. My husband is allergic to cats so I went over to the house twice a day to feed him and I stayed for an hour to keep him company. I did this for six weeks. You’d think after all this time we’d have some kind of relationship but when he goes out he avoids me at all costs and heads straight for the neighbour across the street who used to leave him treats. How fickle.
Even though we owned a cat for 12 years before my husband’s allergies kicked in, we’re definitely more dog people. Below is our daughter’s dog, Olive, who we dog sit periodically and our dog, Frances, is the last photo. Frances was a great dog, who loved the water and lived to the ripe old age of 15. We lost Frances almost a year ago.
…thanks to XingFu Mama for hosting Pull Up a Seat https://xingfumama.blog/2022/09/23/pull-up-a-seat-photo-challenge-2022-week-38/
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….nestled amongst nature’s softer side
I love how old farm equipment looks when placed or abandoned on grass.
….thought I would change it up a bit
…thanks to Jez for hosting Water, Water Everywhere https://jezbraithwaite.blog/2022/09/26/squiggly-bridge-water-water-everywhere-145/
…on the way to the cottage on the weekend I stopped at my favourite Vegetable stand
This vegetable and fruit stand is located at the front of a farm where they not only grow vegetables but they also raise cattle. Today they put out food that the children and adults could feed to the cows. If you weren’t careful they often mistook your phones for food and would reach out with their long tongues. Those tongues were rough and the nostrils were slimy with a textured pattern.