This is Luna, she brought her human to visit today. Luna is 8 weeks old, a great Pyrenees - she is already 16 pounds and will grow to be huge. She has her own sheep and field but right now she is kept near by, in the house- being a baby.
What a commitment for my friend , who finally had a life of freedom- no more!
This little girl is demanding as puppies are!
If I did not relish my new found freedom I would also be thinking to get a pup again.
Though in a couple of days Cubby will be here for about two weeks so I will get my puppy fix before I take off to London- feeling anxious, Cubby will calm me down- he is a pretty mellow dog- just requires at least two good walks a day- and home made dinners.
Whenever I meet friends that I have not seen in a long time I take flowers.
I was meeting my God daughter ( whatever that means) and her Mom for tea in Fairhaven- flowers are abundant everywhere right now, so I took two little succulents instead. I have never been sure about what God mother is all about- something to do with raising the child in the Episcopal church if the parents should die or something...Since they are not church goers and I am atheist, I don't know where to put this title- I hope the little succulents will make up for whatever it is that I am missing...
Waiting for them to show up- weather is superb and the temperature perfect, the wait is very pleasant.
The twisty tree asked that it's photo be taken because she thought she was looking exceptional at that moment.
And then I went to the eye doctor -again- got some temporary plastic glasses until my super duper corrective ones come in a couple of weeks.
I can read - finally, finally!
All is well in this little corner- as long as I do not listen to radio, television or internet-