Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Can You Find Scooter?

He is hiding from me.  He says I am miserable to be around because the boys are gone and he does not want to listen to my whining.  Then he added, don't be unhappy because it won't stop raining.  There are wonderful mud puddles everywhere to jump into.

He said he will graciously write the next blog post "The World According to Scooter" to cheer me up.  He is so kind.


  1. Jeannie,let me say, that I found your webside through The Prudent Homemaker. As you are so sad in these days, as your boys have left their home and have moved to other places, I would like to comfort you a bit. You are not alone. There is your husband and you will have
    more time for things you like to do.
    My knowledge of English is poor, as I had only learned it in school and that was decades ago. Now I am a grand-mother with two daughters and two grand-daughters.
    Your blog is lovingly designed and there are many things for me to learn.
    Greetings from Germany. Christel

  2. WELCOME, WELCOME, WELCOME Christel! I am so glad to have you here and your English is perfect. It has been such a long and sad week. I knew they all would leave someday but it was hard when it finally happened.

    You are right about spending time with my husband; we went out to eat on Saturday. Just the two of us. It was so nice. Grandchildren, what a good idea. There is hope for the future.

    Please return to my blog and read all you want. I am really writing to my Mom who lives a distance away from me. She enjoys hearing my nonsense and seeing what is going on with us. It is humbling that anyone at all would want to listen to me, especially someone from the other side of the world. I do feel better.

  3. What an absolutely adorable dog!!! You are very lucky to have such a friend.