Dec 12, 2014

Happy Weekend

The bay, crystal clear on a cold winter day

Happy weekend!  Hope you have a lovely one.

My daughter will arrive in England on Sunday for a week on business. Her boss' office is in London.
It has been a rough week for her as Daisy was one of the kids as far as she was concerned. (see previous post)
Today is the first day without some sleety rain or light snow but, not much sunshine.

Sandy, the superstorm, threw a load of broken barrier rocks onto the beach here.  
Time to clean them up!


7 comments:

  1. I hope your daughter has a good visit in London (even though it's business). We do get so attached to our fur babies. Daisy was very much loved so you all have that precious memory to hold onto. The photo is so pretty, even with the barrier rocks. Imagine seeing a view like that every day! Have a blessed weekend.

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  2. Annie, I am so sorry for your loss.Our poets are truly like a member of the family. I hope your daughter will be able to enjoy her trip to London. What a wonderful opportunity for her!

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  3. Hi Annie. So sorry for your loss. Those words hardly seem adequate but they are appropriate and hope you know they are heart-felt. London't airport was closed for part of the day today. Hope that didn't cause your dau any problems. Happy w/e.

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  4. Your poor daughter, when our pets die, it really does feel like you've lost a child. I hope she has a safe trip to London. Our weather has been pretty much the same as yours. I'm beginning to forget what the sun looks like. Sorry I haven't been by to visit lately, life tends to get in my way of blogging. Hope you're having a lovely weekend.

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  5. Hi Annie,
    So sorry for the loss of Daisy. I do hope your daughter has a safe trip to London. I love London. Happy Sunday evening to you. xo

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  6. Hi Annie, I know the loss of a furbaby. I lost my Reina Dec 30, 2009 and I still miss her. Praying your daughter is able to do what she can while her heart is hurting. Praying for you too. Hugs

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  7. I think I know your daughter feels without her Daisy, there's something special between children and pets ( I suppose she was a little girl when Daisy became part of your family ), hope that this trip to London could help her in this sad period !
    Sending love
    Dany

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