This cat is working on his dog’s vices…
This cat is working on his dog’s vices…
Nothing like a dogs breath in the morning to wake you up…….lol
love this video and a wonderful rapport between horse and his human..
Welcome to the weekly round up with posts that you might have missed during the week.
I don’t have a great deal to report this week which in many respects is a good thing. We are waiting to hear the government decision regarding lock down today or tomorrow but it looks like it has been extended to the end of April with certain services such as hairdressing being one of the last to open.
Just as well my husband has become so deft with the scissors and clippers and as my hair is short anyway it has not been too bad. I take the clippers to his hair too and after nearly a year we may continue after the restrictions are lifted.
I have been out and about however in the virtual sense which was a lot of fun. This week I was delighted to be the guest of author Hugh Roberts where I shared the story of my acting debut….I hope you will head over to read..
As always my thanks to William Price King and delighted that the Breakfast Show is going down well, despite the fact that it is a little early for many of you to remember the songs.. If you do have memories and a favourite track from the 1960s we would love to include you in the Breakfast Show Special at the end of March.. details here The Breakfast Show 2021
Thank you also to you for all the visits, comments and shares again this week.. I do appreciate the support very much.
On with the posts from the week….
Thanks very much for visiting today and I hope you will join me again next week.. have a great weekend.. Sally.
Brilliant…thanks to Beres Film
Another fabulous wedding dance.. such fun. thanks to FamLee Life
This is fabulous… thanks to Sat Singh
Welcome to the update of posts that you might have missed from the week here on Smorgasbord.
I hope all is well with you. Quiet here except for the noise of the wind howling around the house and the six inch puddle stretching across the front of the house. I know I wished I had a swimming pool but clearly the genie was having an off day.
The garden birds have been having a tough time of it with the winds and driving rain making it difficult to fly, particularly for the small birds such as the sparrows and tits. I usually buy my birdseed and fat balls at the garden centre or at a push smaller packs as the supermarket but of course the centres have been shut since the New Year and the supermarket shelves are bare of both seed and other products. One store has at least got some sunflower hearts and I have mixed that with sultanas and cooked brown rice.. They can at least digest that easily and it has nutrients for them.. The sunflower hearts provide the good fats and protein.
I have taken to put some on the ground as well as on our platform feeder and hanging baskets and hopefully they will get enough nourishment.
They are staying in the thick hedge in our back garden but when I got out (dressed in full wet gear) there is a sudden chorus of song and I can feel hundreds of eyes on me… as soon as the back door closes they are in the feeders and on the ground which is encouraging.
Anyway.. on with the posts from the week and as always my gratitude to William Price King, D.G. Kaye and Carol Taylor for their terrific contributions and to you for visiting, sharing and commenting.. it keeps me motivated..
Thank you for all your support and I hope you will drop in again next week… enjoy your weekend.. thanks Sally.
Horses with attitude and a sense of fun…thanks to Horse World
Dogs embracing life with all paws.. lovely thanks to Woof Woof TV
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