Thursday, September 17, 2015

Thoughtless Thursday, Aussie Style

As summer comes to an end, we start thinking about changes.  Temperatures are cooling down a bit and school has started.  It gets dark earlier and the sun comes up just a little later.  

We start doing things differently.  Less time outside and more inside. Less gardening.  More cooking. 

One practice that we have is to hang out on our back porch.  We love it because it looks out over our hay field and the hills with very few traces of humans. The dogs love it because they can see all around and can enjoy the breeze.



A boy and his ball.  He's so attached to it. It goes everywhere!




As the "senior" of the group, Gabby is not quite as active; a little more laid back. She's 8 1/2 now.




Jessie, the queen (at least in her own mind) watching to be sure her subjects are all in line.




Sera, the one who is REALLY in charge, casually keeping an eye on things.




Reba, just hanging out and hoping for loves of any kind.  She's such a lovebug but a bit needy.





These guys love hanging out on the back porch as much as we do.  As fall turns into winter, we won't be able to do this for a while. Temps in the 30s and 40s or even cooler are not conducive to porch sitting.  But for right now, it's gorgeous out!


We're joining the Thoughtless Thursday blog hop hosted by by Ruckus The Eskie,
co hosted by Barking From The Bayou, and Love is being owned by a husky




12 comments:

  1. They are so cute! I am so excited for Fall!

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    1. Us too! It has finished up with a bang here!

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  2. Thanks for joining Thoughtless Thursday I look forward to some cooler evenings too.

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  3. Fall is my favorite season, mainly due to the cooler (but not cold) weather. You have very pretty dogs.

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  4. Looks like they are enjoying it! I find that we spend more time out in the cooler months since that is what Sherman and Leroy love which is why I'm hoping for a mild winter this year!

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  5. I'll bet with the big guys that works better. Our dogs don't mind the cooler weather, but I'm not a fan.

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