Elsie, taken a few months ago when we had sunshine!
The house has a sense of peace and quiet about it and we are enjoying it!
I was looking forward in taking Elsie out this afternoon but the weather of late has been dreadful. Elsie is quite content to lay by the door or lay by my feet if I am reading. This is new for her and she is getting use to being on her own.
Although we have always had 2 dogs we have decided right now to just keep Elsie and concentrate on getting the house sorted.
With the bad weather and cold months approaching Sundays will have fewer opportunities for bike adventures so DIY will be an ideal passtime for us.
We have quite a few projects on the cards and I will look forward in sharing before and after photographs on here!
Watch this space!
so Pleased to Elsie at Peace - I Presume she too misses Wilma so needs your Praises and attentions at this time.ReplyDelete
Hope McLinky doesn't Play uP this week.
Oh, Elsie is such a lovely dog! I know she misses her friend, Wilma, just as you do! I know bring a great deal of Pleasure to one another.ReplyDelete
Have a great ABC Day!
Peace and quiet. That's the great healer. Elsie seems to need it too.ReplyDelete
Perfect Post Denise.
They say that work is the best antidote to worries and sorrows, so I'm glad to see that you are keeping it up.ReplyDelete
So glad you still have a companion. I have been enjoying your blogs and even passed off an award to you the other day.ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to the before and afters.
Peace and projects is a good combination! I could go for some of that.ReplyDelete
So glad you're at peace and that you still have Elsie to keep you occupied. I'm sure she needs you as much as you need her at this time of loss. Soon it will be better and you might consider a playmate for Elsie next spring.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful dog! Kath xReplyDelete
Lovely dog. And good luck with all your projects!ReplyDelete
Elsie is a pretty dog and probably misses her companion as well. I too have plenty of indoor projects to get done, with no excuses!ReplyDelete
Elsie is so beautiful! I always miss the sun when it goes away and winter comes too!ReplyDelete
What a lovely dog! She must bring you much peace and companionship.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear that you have lots of projects in the works to keep you busy, Denise. I'm sure that Elsie must miss her companion, too.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. They stay in your heart and take a little piece of it with them when they go.ReplyDelete
Wonderful Picture of a peaceful dog concelebrating your ABC's world for Peace.ReplyDelete
I have my maiden participation of your meme in here.
Since I have many blogs, I assigned this meme to this particular blog called Language for Learning.
You have such a beautiful dog!ReplyDelete
Hi, Elsie. You are lovely.ReplyDelete
Very pretty dog. I'm sure she's wondering where Wilma's gone so will stay very close to you for reassurance and to make sure you don't suddenly disappear.ReplyDelete
DIY - h'mmm - too many things to be done in this house. The list ages and has more added to it each month!
a lovely portrait!ReplyDelete
Peace and projects sound wonderful.ReplyDelete
I have prunning and propagating to get to.
I love November.
A perfect P post.
Elsi looks peaceful and proper. I've always found winter to be a great time for projects.ReplyDelete
I remember when you got Elsie. She's lovely.ReplyDelete
Good luck with the DIY, and if you've any energy left I have a few projects need doing...!
Reading you blog we are getting the sense of your peaceful life, a bit contrast of your bike image!!ReplyDelete
That's a lovely photo of Elsie. I expect she must be wondering where wilma is. I hope your feelings of peace remain constant!ReplyDelete
Elsie looks lovely.ReplyDelete
It's funny. We had two dogs, mainly so they could be company for eachother if we were away for a time (this was in our island days, and we were often on the mainland for hours while shopping.) After leaving the island, the male dog became strange and ended up ill. We had to have him put to sleep. The female changed almost overnight, and became very calm and loving. We could never have brought in another dog to upset her again at her age.
I hope poor Elsie is adjusting OK. It's very hard for them when they lose a companion, as I know.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you're feeling at peace! Projects are always good at this time of year - Christmas is coming, and all that! :)
What a sweet Elsie!ReplyDelete
Oh, Elsie is a beauty!ReplyDelete
Elsie looks at peace and very regal.ReplyDelete
What a magnificent picture of Elsie.ReplyDelete
She'll probably miss Wilma, even though they didn't see eye to eye.
I had two Alsations but one was a bit agressive so he was conscripted into the RAF and was titled leading Airdog 170.
His name was Astor and his father, the dog we kept was called Victor, He lived until he was thirteen.
Hope you and John are finding some comfort after the loss of dear Wilma and Elsie is looking after you both.