Monday, 5 November 2012

A Day of Chocolate Wrapped in Gold

(pretty puppy stage)
 
Remember Monty?


Well, while I was


looking up at this beautiful display this afternoon,

(awkward adolescent stage)

he was doing his own thing.

20 comments:

  1. I still can't resist those appealing eyes.

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    1. They certainly get him out of trouble. He chewed a shoe yesterday. I think he was quickly forgiven.

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  2. What an adorable dog and wonderful photos Martin!!!

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  3. Lovely - what life is all about - chocolate dogs and golden moments. Monty is a great name.

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    1. Yes, Gabrielle, it was one of those days, yesterday.

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  4. A chocolate dog? I'd have called him Cadbury. See what you've been missing? Everyone should have a dog.

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  5. Nice choice, Kid. We had our last dog for twelve years. After she died, we were heartbroken and couldn't face getting another. These days, it just wouldn't be practical, so we make a fuss of other people's pooches.

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  6. Lovely chap
    You choose
    Pity that
    Shoe Chews

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  7. My word hasn't he grown...autumn leaves look stunning

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  8. He is beautiful - he's growing so fast! x

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  9. You see Martin, even your post titles are poetic! That dog would get away with anything if he looked at me like that.

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  10. This post is a poem. What a beautiful dog. Does he know he's beautiful? Your photos are lovely indeed.

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  11. what a handsome dog! Gorgeous furry coat in that color!

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  12. Beautiful foliage-- beautiful dog!

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  13. And, I must add, terrific title!

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  14. The colour of those leaves really do remind me of those cellophane wrappers on sweets in a tin of Quality Street. Some of them were chocolates as well. Good to be back Martin, I've had enough of the sun for a while, give me a crisp Autumn day (I reserve the right to return to this comment and change the last sentence after a day or two)

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  15. what a beautiful dog and lovely autumnal leaves too

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  16. ahhhh your post reminded me to remember all our doggies and kitties who helped us raise our children and comforted US while we slept...the warmth and comfort of a cat purring gently or a pup snoring oh so quietly is truly priceless..thank you!

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