Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Life can be bittersweet

On the hound front life is GOOD!

On the family front life isn't GOOD to much bad news has been hitting us and lots of other less serious things but still a worry.

I find myself feeling happy surrounded by so many lovely hounds and then remember the other stuff that is going on and feel guilty for feeling happy and content.

A few of my favourite photo's from the last week or so. No crafting stuff LOL been a bit busy but really ant to do Indy and Rocky's pages documenting their arrival so paws crossed I can find some craft time this week.

Sue x




 
 Always guaranteed a warm welcome home even if you only popped out for 5 minutes LOL



 Indy's first off lead run up the mead



 Indy is a dream to walk

 Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil aka Elmo Belle and Twizzle LOL

orin, Rocky and Belle peeking over the stable door, Belle can actually jump in and out at will little monkey!


7 comments:

What Remains Now said...

Love all the pictures. I agree. Having pets (especially hounds, ha) really helps to keep life sweet and positive. I'm sorry for the troubles. I hope things resolve themselves soon.

hotpotato said...

Love the pics of the hounds Sue.

Sue said...

I am sorry life is throwing you this curve ball, but so pleased you have your fur babies to lighten your heart.

The photos are fab. Had to laugh at the stable door ones:)

Carol said...

lol look at those cheeky ones looking over the stable door!! such love...

Hugz re other stuff xx

karen barker said...

Sending you a big hug with all the family stuff. But the hound seem to be enjoying the sunshine, great pics

gyeong said...

Sounds like your pups are performing their duties well in keeping real world problems at bay. Hope things get better on the family front.

Greyhounds CAN Sit said...

Beautiful photos. Trust a girl to be the cheeky one who jumps over the stable door:) The group photos are great even if all the group isn't there. I hope your family problems come right sooner rather than later. There's nothing like hugging a hound to calm things down.