I’m really enjoying the first days of autumn. Elizabeth really loves this season. She says that’s because the temperatures are fresh, the ground is pretty dry and there aren’t any biting insects. I like it for all those reasons, too, especially since they are all the reasons our walks begin to take on a distinctly ‘off-road’ quality.
Well, Elizabeth’s back was getting sore from being down at my level on our walk, so we went home. I think she enjoyed seeing things from my point of view, though. “Always a good idea to take life from a different perspective once in a while,” she said.
We walked down the hill to the house, she took a picture of her carrot pots and took her time walking down the wooden walkway to the house while I thumped my tail impatiently on the door. I was getting hungry.
“Oh, look at this Stella!” The word ‘look’ generally indicates something interesting is happening, or sometimes, that something tasty is lying on the ground, so I rushed over to where she was. “There’s a bee in my sunflower!”
I couldn’t see it from my angle, so she took another picture.