I've been a little under the weather lately, and so has Mitzi, so we are both happy to see the sunshine and absorb some natural vitamin D. Mitzi thinks it's still a bit chilly out, but in her cosy red sweater was happy to toddle about the yard with me. Of course, the grass is always greener on the other side...
..especially when we're in the side yard and big brother Eddie is chomping on a raw meaty bone in the back yard. Sorry Mitzi, but your tummy won't handle that right now.
|You're mean, Mama Jean!|
I tried to distract her by talking about the flowers that are popping up on the patio and front yard - the tulips and daffodils, grape hyacinth and primroses and the last of the crocuses:
But she was having none of that.
So I grabbed her halter and leash and took her to the beach to watch the little tugs and big tugs, the barges and birds and all that good stuff.
|Little tug rounding up the logs|
|Big tug pulling in the barge|
|Heron watching the action|
at the log sort
|Haze over water|
Heron on post
|Sun reflects on metal boat|
A stroll along the sea walk, a stop by the museum to check out the flowers in the park, and it was time to go home.
And time for a nap.
|Ah still think ah shoulda got a bone!|