Thursday, August 25, 2011
Instinctively known .
Just Wilf and the two of us in the house. Peace and quiet . For the first time in months no one belly flopping in the pool , no squabbling over the breakfast croissants , no midnight games of Hooley Hound touch rugby in the hallway , no Harvard professors working away in the library . Heaven .
After the excitement of the holidays Wilf is determined to catch up on his sleep . He appears at meal times and barks when he wants out . Apart from that he's tucked up at the foot of the stairs snoring gently away . Time to recharge the batteries . As all PONs instinctively know - " No day is so bad it can't be fixed with a nap " .
Posted by Angus at Thursday, August 25, 2011
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Us cats agree too, the days and nights are for sleeping.ReplyDelete
I must be partially PON, cause a nap sure sounds good about now!ReplyDelete
Can't help but notice that Wilf's face seems to fall naturally into a happy and pleasing smile. What's that thing about older folk getting the face they deserve?ReplyDelete
Gail (who is also enjoying some peace and quiet at home after a summer of visitors and visiting).
Happy boys ! I wish you lots of peaceful moments like those one.ReplyDelete
Amitiés to you, Angus, and lots ans lots of bisous to my beloved Wilfee.
I t is so nice to have a break from the rest of the world for a bit, or I think so. Enjoy. DianeReplyDelete
I imagine you snoring... I have a blind and deaf Jack Russel visiting - through the car window he "saw" my dog - dog wonder - he is such a great dog and enjoys his family and life - love Susanne, Daisy and FoxiieReplyDelete
And all's right with the world.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
I think all of you deserve a time of peace and quiet, enjoy it while it lasts. :)ReplyDelete
Blessings and Love,
Janelle and Maggie Mae
Peace, calm and a nap--A few of my favorite things! I hope your day continues to be an enjoyable one!ReplyDelete
Wilf has a big smile on his face in all the photos. Obviously he is enjoying the man-time with his best buddy.ReplyDelete
I wholeheartedly agree with that advice! I'm glad you're all enjoying some peace and quiet, but something tells me that it won't last for too long.ReplyDelete
well... i'm smiling and laughing on two counts!ReplyDelete
not long ago i felt such a surge of love for all of our little pon commenting community that i think i wished everybody bijous! i believe that might be a movie house. lol.
maybe i should just let narrative jewelry say it best.. "bisous" (kiss?!) to everyone! a kiss to their pets i mean!
love and special tummy rub to my beloved wee bear,
his laughing face just makes my whole day.
Ah, I know the sweetness of quiet after a full house. Wilf looks happy in all his photos. That nap must have left him feeling relaxed and even wiser than usual.ReplyDelete
I didn't realise dogs were fond of seahorsesReplyDelete
Isn't it wonderful to get things back to "normal"?ReplyDelete
Sounds like heaven to me.ReplyDelete
A softly snoring PON is like a lullaby.
To me, a quiet house is absolute bliss! Just the ticking of the clock and quiet feet in the hall. Indeed there should be naps and smiles on handsome Wilf! Keep on going Wilf,ReplyDelete
With love from your Canadian pals,
Dianna along with Tor, Willow and Tucker
You are, as always, totally correct, Wilf. A nap, even a short one, heals the wounds of the day.ReplyDelete
Love your smile, Wilf!
Hi! thanks for stopping by today-its been a while since I visited your site-my brother reads your blog and did a link once- on his blog to yours [ john from going gently ] I cried buckets when you lost Digby-you write beautifully,glad I have re-discovered you !ReplyDelete
Oh Wilf.... I agree!ReplyDelete
We are fixing our day right now! All of our love.ReplyDelete
Sometimes a nap can do wonders for you!ReplyDelete
I'm with you Wilf! Naps can fix everything!ReplyDelete