Saturday, 7 April 2012

Mayze is a star

I've had a right lazy day today. My friend Julie came to visit, with Jessie blind dog, and I borrowed Henry choc lab and Rocky dog, and we all went a walk on the hills, through the wood, and down the hill to the bottom pub. It was great fun with them all romping about.
We had a pint of cider, that's me and Julie not the dogs, and had a good old natter. It's the last time we shall see each other for some time as they are off to Spain soon. 
Here is my pretty little Mayze. I have a plastic table outside the back window, and she likes to jump up on it and peer through the glass.  
That's me teasing her waving a piece of frayed rope about, she tries to catch it.
What a cutie.
Another courgette plant coming through. I must plant up some runner beans tomorrow.
Here is my little helper again. This time I was trying to do a slight alteration on my rucksack. Not much chance of that while she insisted on lying on it.
It's a bit quiet round here, everyone seems to have gone off somewhere for the holidays. Hope you are having a good time.

12 comments:

  1. ah - she's lovely ! arent' they entertaining ?
    sounds like you had a nice day, the weather has been too bad to go out here, rain all day so couldn't go to the bootsale, I hope it's dry tomorrow so I can catch the Sunday morning one down the road.
    I'm late this year with my seed sowing, must get my finger out soon.

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  2. Mayze has the most beautiful markings.
    I got some raking done today...just took it easy but, boy, it was good to be outside in the sun watching everything bursting back into life!
    Jane x

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  3. I envy your walks...envy in a good way.

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    1. Lovely photo's,and Mayze is so sweet!thank you for sharing your day with me!

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  4. Mayze has such a cute face!

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  5. Haha, my cat Tabby (RIP) used to be very brave behind glass. We witnessed many feline scraps from the absolute safety of double glazing! Your courgettes are doing well - a couple of inches on mine. Have a lovely Easter! Debs x

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  6. Mayze is such a sweet cat! Speaking of walks, we went for a drive and ended up at Dover. The White Cliff was stunning and we had fun watching the ferries coming in or leaving for France - did you come to Dover much during your lorry driving days?

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  7. Cats are the best company, and so entertaining too.

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  8. Mayze has such pretty markings and so white, she keeps herself beautifully clean.

    If you're like me everything you sew has cat hairs sewn into the seams. lol
    Briony
    x

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  9. Mayze is such a pretty cat, I love to see pictures of her.

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