The corn is as high (sort of)...

Sometimes it is just one of those mornings.











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  1. The dog is lovely, so are the wildflowers in the meadow. Everyone was feeling their oats today, I gather. Some days are like that. Did you feel like that dog yourself, Elizabeth? Silly and rambunctious? Things are growing mightily.

    XOX

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  2. I can just hear you break out into that famous "Oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful day..."

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  3. I know your part of the world quite well. When the sun is shining, it's staggeringly beautiful. When it's cold and miserable, it's still the same.

    Your dog looks like a black version of our Monty.

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  4. How lovely, you can't help but smile at those pictures x

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  5. Welsh rain seems to do this - overnight what was neat and trim turns into a misty, steaming mass of green.

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  6. Beautiful photos - and what a happy dog! Must be nice to just roll about in the grass without a care.

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  7. Well, it all looks absolutely beautiful doesn't it? The blessed wind here is threatening to ruin my peonies (paeonies?), but at last we have had sun....yet it rains as I type! x

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  8. By the shadows you must have been up at the crack of dawn! Yes, everything is racing away. Makes me want to run in and hide from it until next spring.

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  9. Someone's enjoying life! B Baggins enjoys a good roll around too. Must admit that as soon as I read the words in your title I completed it with 'as an elephant's eye'! I think that dates me - anyone who remembers Oklahoma has to be of reasonably advanced years:) It's still a great musical and that's from someone who actually doesn't like musicals overmuch.

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  10. Lovely to see a dog so joyful! I can't wait till Flossie has grass of her own to lie in....

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  11. The fox and cubs is lovely - am thinking of planting some myself in our paddock, if I can just get organised :-(

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  12. Lovely! We have had a very wet spring interspersed with a few sunny days here and there, which generate alarming boosts of growth. One day mown lawn, the next day ankle high and sopping wet. But there's a particular beauty to grass seed heads dipping low and dripping. I love your photos. It makes me wish very much that we could afford to travel.

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