For the princely sum of $5.90 we have another years access to Google .
This is the view of the rickety old farmhouse from the village green this morning . Mist ! Another sign that our Indian summer is drifting to a close.
After a difficult night Wilf managed a circumnavigation of the box hedge around the war memorial, visited the fire hydrant and is now sound asleep .
What a beautiful photo, Angus ! I can feel the sun above the mist.ReplyDelete
Hope this day will be better for Wilfee, and you...
Bisous to my sweet polar bear.
Beautiful picture, Angus! Glad you and Google came to an agreement and everything is working now! I hope 'things' work better for Wilf too after a good rest!!ReplyDelete
Have you a local Monet to save it for you?ReplyDelete
When I saw the photo my heart stopped for a moment - I hope there is cauliflower cheese on his menu for today...ReplyDelete
Cuddles, mille bacetti sul naso mio tesorino Wilfie - Susanne, Daisy and Foxiie
That's a gorgeous photo - it looks otherworldly.ReplyDelete
I hope that Wilf rebounds from his difficult nights. Perhaps he just needs his routine back in place with you at home after your short trip.
Lovely photo, and I look forward to many more! Glad the wrinkle has been successfully ironed out.ReplyDelete
oh my goodness!ReplyDelete
i have not been able to comment to wilf for weeks now... for some reason it felt like contact lost. crazy i know, and i'm not crazy. who would think it would matter so?
anyway, glad all is right in your world, blogging and otherwise!
the picture is like one from a lovely old book.
hugs to beloved wilfee.
I hope it is alright that I saved your photo image to my desktop. It is so beautiful. I went to England and France this past summer and this reminds me of some of the views I saw.ReplyDelete
We send our very best to Wilf. Our Cooper (age 15) now has breakfast and then naps for 4 hours to work up the energy for a walkabout and another nap in the afternoon. But he is happy and really, that is all we can ask out of life.
Love, Dozer and Cooper and their Mum, Nancy
Hope Wilf rests up today and you have a better night tonight.ReplyDelete
Our dog will be 15 this week and has had a few health problems-one which may take her from us. She continues to give us much more joy than worry.
Maybe a few too many treats from well meaning workman. Once Wilf's routine is in place again, he'll feel better. Always sad to hear of bad nights.ReplyDelete
Two of my cats went to surgery yesterday. The 18 year old female for a small benign growth on her ear, the 5 year old for major cancer surgery with not a good prognosis. So you just never know.
Your photo is breathtaking. Your house looks gorgeous; a sense of enchantment about it. Praying for a good day for Wilf. Kiss him for us, will you.
Wow. This is a stunning photo. You have such a way of capturing the best of things :)ReplyDelete
Thinking of you, 'the font' & Wilf today, and hoping that tonight is much easier.
Beautiful photo and a deal! Today is a good day! We here in Canada are drawing to a close what was considered autumn. We don't typically get a very long one, and this year's seems like we have missed out. Very short. The geese are flying in large V's, very high and heading south. We all know on the wretched prairies what that means. Snow. And soon.ReplyDelete
Let's hope Wilf's night is more kind. Keep on going Wilf, handsome boy!!
With love from your Canadian pals,
Dianna along with Tor, Willow and Tucker
I love that photo! The mist and the old marker with the vivid flowers is such a lovely contrast.ReplyDelete
I hope Wilf has a better night tonight!
How's Wilf doing?ReplyDelete
And yes, we also have to pay google for storage of photos.
Wow! What an incredible photo!ReplyDelete
The first photo is amazing, in so many ways. Hopeful that Wilf is feeling better today.ReplyDelete
Blessings and Love,
Janelle and Maggie Mae
What a beautiful morning.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
What a fantastic photo!! Hard to believe you took that with your phone.ReplyDelete
You have to pay for google - must be for photo storage.
Well wowf itReplyDelete
We would miss you howwibully if you wewen't hewe
That misty pictoowe is bootiful and youw fawmhouse magical
I'm glad Wilf is westing and comfowtabull
Your photo has such an amazing ethereal quality, and would make a wonderful header photo if you continue blogging about your village in the future.ReplyDelete
Sending lots of love to Wilf, and hoping he has a better night tonight, before watching the antics of Jack Russels and Frenchmen on Saturday morning during the semi-final game.
Riley and his human
beautiful and so glad to hear that you got it fixed!!ReplyDelete
LOVE the photo! Glad all is well with Angus & Google!ReplyDelete
Thank you Google. What a beautiful view. Holding Wilf in my heart, hoping his day is much better.ReplyDelete
It bears repeating: what an enchanting picture! Hope Wilf's nights are more restful - which will make yours more restful, too. Maybe he just needed that touch of vole to balance his system.ReplyDelete
Jed & Abby