I Will Be There In A Few Minutes

When Hu-Dad asked Cheoah why she wasn’t napping in his study, she replied, “I will be there in a few minutes.” Do you wonder why?

I'm busy here.

I’m busy here.

Autumn has certainly arrived in force at Chez Herd. Our days are cool and our nights are chilly. Trees surrounding Sibe Quentin are bursting with color and leaves are falling. Hu-Dad will even have to blow some leaves off of the driveway before some dinner guests join us Friday evening.

The weather hasn’t turned cold enough yet to build a fire in the fireplace (though that might happen this weekend based on predictions), but Cheoah has built a morning routine of soaking up the sun. She says she will join the others in the study as soon as the sun moves too high in the sky.

Ah!

Ah!


This week’s Throwback Thursday – As autumn descends this year, we think back to a previous year’s autumn evening as Trouble lurked in the yard.

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2 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on September 28, 2017 at 12:10 pm

    Always sweet to see the throwbacks.

  2. Lori on September 28, 2017 at 6:56 am

    What a beautiful Throwback Thursday film!!! Cheoah has the right idea… love that sunbeam.

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