March 19, 2009 by Wendy More Marco AdvertisementShare this:FacebookTumblrPinterestTwitterRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related
Looks like he is enjoying his new front yard? He is a truly gorgeous boy.. J.
Isn’t he growing up Wendy! He always looks like he’s having a ball.
Yay! Go Marco. Dont you just love the smell of wet dogs!…or am I just strange? 🙂
Rosy went to the vet for her second vet visit & was very happy about it. She charmed everyone & they all said she was beautiful. She would love to join Marco on his exploits!
Our son, Lucy’s brother, has just acquired an Australian Shepherd. Maddie is now about 12 weeks old and will soon be out enjoying the world just like Marco – which is just as well for the house which she has systematically destroyed over the last few weeks! But ,like Marco, she is beautiful.
Hope you all enjoy your new abode. I do not envy you in your task. (Ihave now lived in the same house for 39 years and so much hoarding has gone on. I even dread having to move everything for new carpets.)
I just love that dog 🙂
Oh, that reminds of the book of the same name. Have you read it?
One can NEVER have too much Marco 😉
Jane – He was enjoying it but it wasn’t his new front yard. We went walking by the Beauly River and couldn’t keep him out of the water. Gave up trying after a while!
Kathryn – He really is. Can’t believe it’s only been 9 months since we got him!
Gen – Nope. I do too! 🙂
Starwoodgal – Lol! 🙂
Yvonne – I’ve only ever seen Australian Shepherds on TV before but they are such bonnie dogs. Love their eyes. The puppy must be just adorable!
39 years is a long time… No wonder you shudder at the thought of moving. My own move has been exhausting so far but totally worth it. Loving my new house.
Holler – I haven’t. What’s it about?
Aforkfullofspaghetti – Couldn’t agree more!
Julia – I think so too. 🙂
It is about a boy who hates poetry and is not happy when his teacher asks the class to write poems. The whole book is his story in poems, from the really short, ‘I hate poetry verses’ through to longer poems where you find out about other things happening in his life and then his excitement about a poet coming to visit the school. It is great, quite short, but a really touching book.