Driving north


Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

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“Where’s Ani?” said my younger son, peering round the room suspiciously. Under normal circumstances he would not have made it through the door without being leaped upon in ecstasy…

“She’s not home yet…”

“Doesn’t seem right… way too quiet….”

“…and tidy!” I add, indicating the cushions still in their proper place. My son grinned in acknowledgement. The small dog has a presence… and she is missed.

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However, it was undeniably nice to sit down and natter over a coffee for a little while without the sempiternal tennis ball. It has been a busy few days… but I am finally home, now with a grinning small dog in attendance. A leisurely drive north away from the motorways took me through some beautiful countryside on Thursday, stopping occasionally on the way. The land is wet, but very green and signs of spring are everywhere from the catkins to the crocuses, the daffodils…

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6 thoughts on “Driving north

  1. Sue Vincent says:

    Thank you for the reblog 🙂

  2. inavukic says:

    Some really nice photos in the original post. And the title made me think og Thetare tickets I’ve got in my pocket for “Travelling North” play I’m seeing in March … not the North of original post but the North of Australia (Tree change/Sea change – just the ticket for my age bracket) 😀

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