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Friday, April 19, 2013

Walking off breakfast & a favorite thing

I'm just lovin' my new gravy boat from Ronna http://ronnas.blogspot.ca/who visited along with Natalie http://knatolee.blogspot.ca/on Wednesday. It's gorgeous on both sides.  Someone suggested I  use it for maple syrup with our pancake breakfasts. How Canadian is that! Yep, I love that idea.


Isn't it the cutest thing? It's fast becoming one of my favorite things.

I love this shot of Natalie and Ronna at the Falls in Almonte.
(snap..snap..snap)
You can read about our get-together in the previous post.

Today, after breakfast-out with Riley, we headed over to St. James Cemetery to let Kane have a good run about. If interested, you can read about the old cemetery here.http://www.stjamescarletonplace.org/cemetery.htm
"Look Gramps..an acorn."
"Now, where did that crazy old dog go?"


Let's walk off our breakfast.
Riley's on a mission.
Looks like the cemetery is about to get bigger.
"C'mon Kanie."

It's a beautiful piece of property and a great place to run a dog just before he goes to the vet for his check-up. ;-) 
Nothing to worry about. He's just getting old and I can relate.

Please drop over to http://theteacherspets.blogspot.ca/ to read a very heart-warming post.

It's a weekend of cat-sitting for me. Have a nice one and I will leave you with this...

hugs, Deb


I'm joining A Favorite Thing at http://mockingbirdhillcottage.com/

14 comments:

  1. Lovely photos ! Miggs and I love going for long walks ! Thanks for sharing with us. It has turned cold and windy here spring is really wonky this year ! Have a good evening !

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  2. Riley is growing up so fast! What a pretty girl! It is fun to share her story through your blog!
    Hope Kane's appointment went great!
    Love to all,
    Lily, WA, USA

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  3. Thanks for directing us to the story of the comfort dogs. If I had been traumatised in such a horrific situation I know I'd be so happy to have the chance to hug and talk to those wonderful dogs. Sometimes you can only let it out to a furry counsellor. Glad you had good weather for your outing!

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  4. Lovely walk and fun gravy boat. Cute pic of the kitty in the mug!

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  5. Hi Deb
    I think you might like this link,
    http://www.dawnmariehoward.com/2013/04/kitties.html
    It's 5 kittens just been born.
    Briony
    xx

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  6. What a great idea to use it for maple syrup!!!

    Love the pic of us taking pics, too. :)

    And Riley and Kane are both adorable.

    Hope you all have a great weekend.

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  7. Deb I love that gravy boat! It is always wonderful how friends can give just the right gifts. That Riley and Kane make me smile!
    Happy Weekend!

    Linda

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  8. What a sweet granddaughter you have Deb! The gravy boat looks fun :-)

    Happy weekend!

    Madelief x

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  9. The gravy boats are so gorgeous with that sweety cats on them. They are decorative and useful too!Roona is an artist!
    I love your walkings in the old cementery with Riley and Kane♥ it is such a peaceful place and also ideal to find acorns hidden under the leaves.

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  10. I swear Riley is growing very quickly! Love your gravy boat, what a lovely gift!

    Thanks so much for joining in this week.

    xo
    Claudia

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  11. That is a super cute gravy boat!
    Your little Riley is a sweetie.
    xo Catherine

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  13. I'm sure Kane appreciates being able to stroll through a cemetery...

    That cup kitty is far too cute.

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