simple life of a grand mother
Look at that puppy jumping up and down! Haha! Hope the little creatures are kept well away!
It is so funy, he does itevery day.
I am a big creature and I love small ones.
The small ones are the children too, the child in you is still there:)
Yes, the older I get, the more I unconditionally love children. I do remember being one! X
Ah, the good old days, when small creatures loved other small creatures. We have a cat now; I hope that counts.
I saw the cat in one of your posts Joanne, she is beautiful.
The big ones want to eat them.
Sometimes they do.
Yael, you were brave enough to take the pictures; I know you don't like small wriggly, furry creatures! :)Your granddaughter's hair is lovely.Greetings Maria x
Thank you Maria,sometimes she takes the small creature for a walk outside ,i always pray that the small one will come back in one pieceץ
The wonderful thing is most children love creatures, be they big or small. The sad thing is sometimes adults tell the children pieces of information about those little creatures that children do not want, nor need, to know.The neighbours have dogs that visit regularly, the wild birds, large and small, abound and the inner child in us all delights in their antics.
You over there have so many beautiful and special small and big creatures.
Your first picture, Yael, is so utterly funny: the little dog looks like a comic drawing! And kind of the girl to calm and soothe the little whatsoever (a mouse? a guinea pig?)
The most little one is an hamster,one of those those that i can not hold.
We had all sorts of little animals when my kids were home. We had rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, and white rats, chickens, dogs, cats, horses, goats.Now we just have cats, dogs, chickens and ferrets.I like little animals, always did. They don't live a long time though and when they passed away it always made us sad.
An angel dog !