She must be a joy to have with you.
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Certainly is, Sue. I would put off going on a walk if she wasn’t looking for it now. We walked all the way up the back today, to the vineyeard up there, but there was nothing to see except withered vines and upright poles and the weather was dull and the battery in my phone low.
When we were little, we used to thread these flowers on stalks of some kind of bush , and they made lovely things to stick on your head. 🙂 Dunno about Vika but. [grin]
I never got past daisy chains, but it would have the same fun factor. 😀
… and now you’re being cheeky too – using a like … [shaking finger]
But not via the bloody READER ! – those are the ones that show me people are not visiting the blog itself, but merely passing a quick glance over the beginning of a post in the stupid thing.
I see, how do they know they like the post then, silly buggers. You’ve been comparing stats to views and likes? tricky! 😀
No, I never bother with stats. But as I’ve posted on a sticky that there is NO POINT clicking on like, it means that those who keep doing it aren’t visiting the site at all.
Well I like this one on at least two counts. First any time there is a dog present, count on me to like it! Next I don’t know what the green stuff is, but it looks like something we used to chew on as kids. Altogether nice pic.
The bulk of the green stuff is clover Kayti, I’ve never tasted it! I used to eat onion grass seed pods, can’t remember the name we gave them as kids. 🙂
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