Posted: 27/03/2017 at 08:03
After Saturday's very long sleep and the doggy disaster I went to bed well after midnight last night and have been awake since 6 with purry cuddles. Dogs on form when I came down to let them out and aftera short burst of hyper activity they are all now dozing on a sofa.
Sunny all day today so I shall try and rescue some more daffs from the potager and weed round some hyacinths I need to rescue from the gravel mess.
Good luck with the mowing Hosta. I've been doing ours on the highest setting too and it's hard work. Not even going to attempt to mow the paddock or the back area between the potager and side fence. They can stay wild in the expectation of being munched by horses when I get the neighbours sorted out.
Cosmos is funny with Bonzo. He walks casually past, ignoring him, but then gives a tantalising flick of his bum and tail and then sits, just out of range, looking at him with big eyes. The second Bonzo falls for it Cosmos is off, ducking and weaving till caught and given a serious licking and then he rolls over to get his tum nuzzled and then he's off again with Bonzo making funny throaty noises. They usually end up snuggled nose to nose on a sofa or a rug.
With Rasta he just marches up and goes nose to nose and then gets his licks and nuzzles.