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Weather Checking Dog

This boy is fearful,
yes, fearful of his own shadow.
Today for example has been one of those 
rainy off and on days,
I had a lovely time in the garden, 
between showers,
but when I go indoors Dougal's sat hiding 
in a dark place under the stairs!
The thing is he is too intelligent
 for his own good.
He knows that a grey sky 
means rain is imminent, 
he associates rain with thunder,
thunder is a nasty banging experience.

Of late he has spent much of his time gazing 
through the window checking for 
changes in the sky!

On a positive note we experienced 
some spectacular light changes today.
Off to see an animal behaviourist tomorrow!
Wishing you all a good week.
x

PS  I'm remembering the day too
with all you folk over the pond.
~~~Peace~~~



Comments

rebecca said…
you have captured great beauty here today. rain, thunder, lightening all seems so appropriate in the grieving of today. as do your gorgeous flowers. thank you sue.
i love you
your puppy is so cute. my dogs were afraid of going down the stairs for the longest time :)
Miss Ash said…
Beautiful coneflower pictures!

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