Monday, May 20, 2013

Back on the Trail


 We had been away from our morning walks for too long, so long in fact the deer had forgotten our names. She came forward tentatively thinking she recognized us but unsure.



"It's me, your friend Banjo"


 "Oh yes, I remember you and the lady who walks with you"


 she smiled....


and she made us smile too.

Sometimes the usual just feels like a blessing.

Much Love, Ro, Jo and Sally

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  1. What a blessing indeed! To be known by the wild animals. :) Happy new week to you Ro!

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    1. We are blessed all is well, thank you!

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  3. Haahaahaaaa!!! I LOVE this!!! Banjo, your posture looks alert and READY to see your deerfriends.

    Hooray for full recoveries and getting back to the routine!!!!!
    xo

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    1. Well you know she's just love to chase them through those dry hills....that's why Sally really has her tongue out :)

      Hooray indeed!!! xoxo

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  4. Crack me up!!! And make me tear up a little too....health is wealth!

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    1. Don't you know it Lisa, truer words were never spoken!

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  5. OH, and this made me smile, too. So glad to know you're both back on the trail, again.

    (And nice to meet you, Sally, dear.)

    xxx

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  6. BIG sigh of relief!
    She's a cutie don't you think, Sally deer :)

    xoo

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  7. Heehee! That is so cute :)
    Glad you are back to your usual!

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  8. Fantastic to see you & Jo back on the trail meeting up with deer friends!!! Sally looks like a bit of a goofball :)) xoxo

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    1. It feels good to file that in the past... Ha! Sally IS pretty goofy, her baby hid in the bushes and pretended not to know her. :)

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  9. i was drawn in to this sweet story....just to explode in a guffaw at the very end: that photo.

    so glad you are back on the trail, you and banjo.

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  10. We are glad to be back as well even if the deer make fun of us :)

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  11. yes, ordinariness is good :)
    <3, rae

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    1. You can learn to love it and to never take it for granted.

      xo

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  12. Aahhhhhh, back on the trail, so glad to see! Your pics are so magical & funny. :) j

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  13. Ahhhhh indeed Jeanne, walking never felt so good :)

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  14. This post made me smile, thank you!

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