A Dog Will Teach You Unconditional Love. Hello friends, happy Friday. So how are you today?
Have you seen my fur baby brother, Freddie? He is my mum’s dog and he is adorable. I love him to pieces.
I wish I could spend more time with him but we live a few miles away. Also with work and life, it is impossible to see him every day.
A Dog Will Teach You Unconditional Love:
“A dog will teach you unconditional love. If you can have that in your life, things won’t be too bad.”
I am still missing Mollie The Collie so much.
Like yesterday when all her tennis balls are in the corner of the passageway in the hall. It reminds me of a line from the Ed Sheeran song, Supermarket flowers- I took the supermarket flowers from the windowsill. I threw the day-old tea from the cup.
When Mollie was gone, the first thing I did was removed everything out of sight.
Well, I thought I did until I mowed the garden and accidently, cut two of her tennis balls in half. Then I found more under the settee, then I found even more yesterday in the corner. She had so many!!
This week I have started getting into running again to help with my wellbeing and I am really enjoying it. I have recharged my Garmin but ever so often it beeps and I turn around for Mollie.
Mollie used to love that beeping sound.
Whenever she heard it she ran to me. Whether or not she was sleeping. I don’t know what it was. But she loved that noise. Maybe she thought it was time for walkies as we always went running together a few years ago. Mollie On Our Runs.
Just when you think you are OK something is around the corner to remind you of her!
Any onto today’s photo of Freddie. I love this photo enchanted by Google for me on one of our walkies. Freddie the Sproker Spaniel, isn’t he adorable?
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