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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Musings on a Wednesday Morning

Why can't my arbor look like this on hot summer days--chairs lined with snow?!

I hope you aren't tired of hearing from me so often.  This is the reason why....

My puppy isn't housebroken yet so we're hanging out in my computer room (I'm calling it Gabriel's and my "den" now) next to the deck where he goes from crate to outside every half hour or so. Having to spend the day with my computer leaves me no choice!  Once my puppy actually does his business he is allowed his freedom to run around the room and even then I have to keep an eye on him.  Yesterday we had to suspend training because he had his first romp in the snow.  That was the only business he was interested in so he kept ringing the bell to go play rather than do the business I wanted him to do.

Anyway, I wanted to let my readers of this blog know I have yet another blog!  I can hear my long-time reader, Janet saying, "What?!"  She is the one who wishes I'd just post in one place....but you see, this is how I organize my thoughts.  I have to categorize them.  My newest blog is called West Highland Creagan, and if you will click on this link, it will take you to the first post which explains everything.  I have a second post, too, for you to read after that which appears at the bottom of that post. 

I hope you will join me there as I use Sarah Ban Breathnach's updated Simple Abundance as a tool to unfold the map to what's important in life.

P. S.  It seems my neighbor who lives in the cabin we had hoped to buy has a bear that regularly visits their garbage can.  It seems we'd have gotten another animal to train (to leave the can alone) if we'd gotten the cabin!

8 comments:

  1. The snow looks lovely on your arbor, Cathy. We received a light dusting and it looks like you have several inches. The new puppy is keeping you busy. He looks like he is enjoying the snow.

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    1. I love it when we have a covering of snow to hide the colorless landscape that winter brings. If we could keep a covering of snow and have temperatures above freezing, I'd be very happy with winter....at least for a few months.

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  2. How I long for snow. We seldom see it here, and when we do it hardly lingers on our peninsula. Good luck with the housebreaking. Been there, done that many, many times.

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  3. Cathy, First I want to say, I am always following along. for some unknown reason I cannot comment on your blogs on my Ipad, not as anonymous or my google account. So I logged in to a laptop hoping to let you know how much I am enjoying your Another Perfect Day 365.
    And I am so sorry about Gabriel. we also lost our 16 year old half lab/half dachshund in April. But I am so glad to see a new puppy at your house.
    so I an always here reading along even if I never comment.!!!
    Chris Wells from west Texas

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    1. Thank you, Chris, for letting me know you are there and for your condolences. I am sorry about your loss, too. I am sure you miss him (her?) greatly especially after such a long relationship. I hope your situation, as difficult as it is, brings you even closer to God who is our help in ever-present difficulties.

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  4. A new puppy? He blends in with the snow! And yes, your arbor dressed in snow looks so lovely. I will check out your new blog. I hope to get back to reading blogs again ...

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    1. I think snow always makes what it dresses look great!

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