Snap shot from the past


As you may know by now, if you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, I like to go back in time and re-live old memories.

Above is a picture of an old memory I happened upon today whilst cleaning up my desk area in my office. It’s a picture I took, with the help of the auto-timer on an old film-type camera I had back then – before the digital age – of our family at Crow Cottage.

From left to right: Jazzy (white rough collie), me, Paul, and Muffin Collieflower (tricolored rough collie).

I like this picture, even though the quality isn’t too good, because our garden looks a lot neater then than it does now. Those were the days before we starting letting the dogs take over our front garden, as they do now. We’ve had to fence in the front now, so they won’t escape, and it’s a lot easier to let them in and out the front door rather than going down a long flight of stairs to the basement and then out back to their official “yard”. Much easier! On me, especially.

Nothing special to report today. I could probably think of more but actually the dogs are out front now, on the porch there, and they want to get back in, so rather than put this on hold, and chance losing things, I’ll just say

Cheers and Happy Weekend!


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3 Responses to Snap shot from the past

  1. sandy from Chicago says:

    I like how you’re leaning into Paul and you both look so happy. I also like the shadows of the trees on the cottage. And of course the puppy power 🙂 Very nice picture.


  2. Rhubarb says:

    It’s a nice picture, I think, in part because the dogs are cuddled in with the two of you and there’s a feeling of love in the air. Well, and maybe a bit of dog breath.


  3. sandy from iowa says:

    nice place for fuzzies to enjoy…better than maybe falling down stairs to get them out back.


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