Summer is here with its sun, its rain
And its beauty.
Time to enjoy the present, be outside more
And smell the flowers.
(This means I might not be able to visit you at the weekend.
But, as always, your warmth and comments are always much appreciated.)
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Is there a more delightful sight
Than a happy dog
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I have a confession to make…
I love the lowly ‘lion’s tooth’ —
They grow in fields and gardens
Like cheery suns
Or radiant sparks of light
That have fallen from heaven.
And if you’ve ever rolled in
Then you know that it’s like being
Kissed by golden suns.
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As winter slowly slowly melts away…
It’s good to look back and see it was a good year for snow noses —
And snow moustaches.
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No matter who you are
Or what you look like,
A bad hair day can be much improved
By adding some extra sparkle and snow!
I’m off to Paris with my daughter for a few days, so please excuse me if I don’t visit you.
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He’s found some snow…
And a beautiful smile.
(A positive attitude and a great smile really are the best beauty aids, don’t you think?)
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May your days be sprinkled with glitter
And joy —
With a dash of magic and snowflakes
For good luck.
Oscar sends you all licks and love!
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Please indulge me as I celebrate Oscar’s tenth birthday with some … well … Oscars (and very bad puns).
Oscar for best smile…
Oscar for best yoga position …
(It’s ruff, but he can do it.)
And, of course, Oscar for best swimmer.
Paws for thought…
Perhaps that should be an Olympic Gold for swimming instead?
This is the end of my birthday tail —
You kennel stop growling at my bad puns now.
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Forget the years, forget distinctions. Leap into the boundless and make it your home! — Zhuangzi
It’s summer and time
To throw yourself into the blue
If you’re a dog called Oscar.
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Oh the conflict between being obedient and waiting for permission to swim —
And the overwhelming desire to jump in as soon as possible.
St. Augustine once said that “Patience is the companion of wisdom.”
I’m sure this is why I will never be as wise as Oscar.
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