Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Flag Day ~


Happy Flag Day, dear friends.  I am trying to comprehend the evil that has taken place in Orlando and like most of you, I just cannot.  My heart aches for the families of the victims.  Please keep them in your prayers.  May God Bless this Land that I so dearly love.


I am battling the worms (and narrow pieces of wool)  and at the moment, the they are winning.  Had I realized how many I had, I would not have tried to sort them on the couch.  I still have one huge baggie full and another basket.  I guess it's been a while since I sorted :) 


I dreaded going in the one basket because I knew I would find one of Ellie's bones.  She loved to bury them there.  I found not one but three in the first basket and in the next one found a pizza crust.  Oh, she was a funny dog. 

Bone Ellie stole from my granddog :)

Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren

13 comments:

The Eveningstitcher said...

That little Ellie...it's her way of telling you how much she loved you and your wool!! Such a sweet dog....You sure have a lot of worms, Lauren!!

Darlene said...

So funny...I guess it could be worst, like a mouse or bird!

moosecraft said...

Three bones AND a pizza crust? Such a cutie! Warm hugs to you~

denise said...

oh my! wormy.................

acorn hollow said...

You do have your hands full. what a sweet thing to find and to know she was so happy with you. What is going on in this world. I am so very sad about what happened in Orlando how can one person have so much hate?
Cathy

Saundra said...

Sadly there are some sickos in this world. My heart aches when I think of Ellie not being with you any longer.

The worm separation is a hard job and I'm mixing mine up again working on Ned.....unfortunately.

Earlene L. said...

Crazy people!!!!
Ellies story is precious!!!

marly said...

Three bones and a pizza crust. Sounds like a good title to a short story about Ellie. Love that pic of her with the mammoth bone.

jan said...

I like Marly's idea for a story about ellie. It was a bittersweet find for sure, but maybe Ellie's way of thanking you for giving her a loving home and showing you she is still with you in your heart, as I have no doubt she is. ...jan

Farm Girl said...

What a lot of worms!! They do multiply!! I try and use up mine on projects and the bags never get any smaller. I don't know how it happens. That is a very cute picture of Ellie.
Have a nice Thursday!

Jennie in GA said...

Sometimes I am tempted to just donate my worms, but I never can bring myself to do it. I will gladly send mine for you to sort if you need something more to do. Sweet memories of little Ellie.

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Lauren, cannot understand the tragedy, so sad.... I feel bad for you having to dig in the wool and find sweet Ellie's bones, hugs Francine.

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