Picture Parade Four Hundred and Sixty-Eight

Once again taken from Unsplash apart from the last two photographs.

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My love for dogs in general and the German Shepherd in particular goes back to 1955 when I was 10 years old. My father offered to look after a GSD called Boy. Boy belonged to a lovely couple, Maurice and Marie Davies.  They were in the process of taking over a new Public House (Pub); the Jack & Jill in Coulsdon, Surrey.  My father had been the architect of the Jack & Jill. Boy quickly bonded with me and that love for the dog never left me.

Beloved Pharaoh. Born: June 3rd., 2003 – Died: June 19th., 2017. A very special dog that will never be forgotten.

Pharaoh meeting Cleo, the year being 2012.

Cleo will be eleven on the 25th January, 2023. Where did the years go?

6 thoughts on “Picture Parade Four Hundred and Sixty-Eight

    1. Thank you, Sue. I know that I am most definitely in the last phase of life. Trying hard not to over focus on this but others of a similar age to me that I know well, such as Dan Gomez who I was chatting to yesterday, share my thoughts. Thank goodness for this blog in maintaining the link between us!

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      1. 🙂 we are as old as we feel Paul… but I agree when I look back on my own life, when one is young we never think on how time is passing we are so wrapped up with earing a crust Lol.. I wonder how I ever found time for work now I am retired 🙂 and the perception of Time goes ever faster…. Just make the most of every moment is my moto.. 🙂 ❤
        Be well, and much love to you both ❤

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      2. Sue, I am not sure I like that expression because some days I feel very old. 😂 But in general I feel good, very good! Love to you and your family. ❤️

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