Of course, he's not alone.
Mollie joins in this pantomime.
Of course they got a morsel ... and that's all they needed before heading off to play.
I did wonder what they were plotting. First Eliot whispers in Mollie's ear ...
"Why not go to the drawing room ... out of sight, out of mind ... there we'll be able to lounge around on the soft cushions of the sofa ... no one will notice ... "
Anyhow, it made me smile and provided some fun photographs on a Sunday afternoon. It is good to laugh.
Laughter reduces stress and helps us keep things in perspective. With two "clowns" that is certainly true! Laughing is contagious and, as the proverb says, "laughter is the best medicine".
Children show us how to laugh ... they find the ridiculous in everything. And they love jokes! Maybe we adults need to take a lesson from their attitude.
Patient: "Doctor, I think I am a dog."
Doctor: "How long have you thought that you are a dog?"
Patient: "Ever since I was a pup."
Patient: "Doctor, I like string vests."
Doctor: "That's nothing to worry about, I like string vests too."
Patient: "Really? Boiled or fried?"
"Why is 6 afraid of 7?
Because 7 8 9."
Apple 1: "What is eating you?"
Apple 2: "Worms I think."
Stan back I'm going to sneeze!
In darkness and in light,
in trouble and in joy,
help us to trust your love,
to serve your purpose
and to praise your name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Book of Common Prayer.