A Sentiment

God knew what He was doing when He sent a gentle breeze and brought a lovely butterfly to set my heart at ease. The happiness of your friendship and the gentleness of your words have touched my life in special ways and now I feel assured. Thank you for your loyalty and for reading everyday. I only hope you find things to make a happy day.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Molly Found Her Spot...

She looks quite at home here. She just loves "girl stuff" quilts and embroidered pillows. I don't know if I can give her back.
Balisha

5 comments:

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

She might not want to leave either with all of that comfort and beauty. LOL!

Elenka said...

I TOLD you it would be hard to give her back!!!! ha ha
What a sweet little thing.

John Darnell said...

Well Mom, I can see why you slipped and called her Maggie!

Balisha said...

Hi everybody...This little dog is such a cutie. We have tried not to spoil her...change her routine in any way. So that she is the same dog that they left in my care. But John, you know that I never let Maggie on the furniture. Molly is like a kangaroo...she just leaps up in my lap with no warning and before I know it she's rolling on the bed.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Your comment! Now why on earth didn't I think of that. Ants in my computer...makes sense to me, doesn't it to you??? I've heard of ants in pants, and ants in everything else..why the heck not! You are funny, Balisha!!

That little cutie looks terribly at home with you! I did that once. Took care of a friends dog..Jake was his name and that was about 49 years ago. I still remember Jakie. We fell in love with him..and he with us. He loved my little ones and it was glorious to watch them out playing together for hours. Our friends came and got Jake, they had no children...and not long after that gave him to someone they didn't even know. I don't think I'm over that as much as I thought I was.
Our friendship faded quickly after that. Years later we made contact and shortly after that they divorced and he died after a terrible traffic accident and year of illness from it.
She eventually had a prestigious position with the Williamsburg Virgina thing and invited us back to stay in one of the little houses along the village road. We never went. She eventually remarried...and disappeared after her retirement. I alway thought they should have at least asked if we would take Jakie. They didn't.
It hurt our feelings because they saw how the children cried and I cried when they came finally and took him. We had him for a few months. I remember they were stationed at 29 Palms here in California. Both men were Marines and met on the drill field at MCRD San Diego. Wow, long time ago.
It will hurt to give her up, Balisha..but at least she is right across the street.

Anyway....lol total recall here.
S'cuse the blah, blah, blah.
Hugs,
Mona