September Sunflower

I can’t believe it’s a month since my last post! I know I only post once a month, but time seems to be speeding up. Maybe it’s something to do with being an old dog.

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Another problem of old age is losing your words, and sometimes it’s hard for me to transmit my thoughts to Annabelle for typing, so please forgive me if the posts are short.

On a lighter note, the fairies have forgiven Annabelle for cutting down the conifers in the front garden. They’ve helped her grow a magnificent sunflower by one of the stumps, much to the delight of various flying insects in black and yellow jackets.

I’ve tried to get Pearl to write a post about it, but this was all she could come up with:

Look wot we growed!

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I know she can do better than this, she is just being silly. I wish she would start pulling her weight a bit; it would help me out, and she’ll need to improve her blogging skills when she has to take over from me.

Pearl, you’re not a teen anymore, and it’s high time you took some responsibility. You can’t spend the rest of your days vegging out in your pit!

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Must have been some party!!

 

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8 Responses to September Sunflower

  1. Hello sweet Millie, writing still comes naturally to you and I love how tall the sunflower has grown – she’s a real beauty! It truly looks as if the fairies have forgiven Annabelle and it is good to see how Pearl is growing her own writing voice too. We wish you a warm and sunny rest of the week and send much love to you, Pearl and Annabelle from all of us here :o) xxx

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  2. pollymacleod says:

    Hello dear Millie. Well Pearl doesn’t waste words does she? That is a stunning sunflower 🙂 x

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  3. Emma Cownie says:

    I don’t think dogs ever “grow up” not matter how old they are!

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