Just before the outing this evening I took Eliot on a long walk ... both of us returned fairly tired. Indeed he was so exhausted that I couldn't interest him in a game of "tug" or persuade him to catch the tennis balls. My aim was to leave him so tired that he'd sleep for the whole time he was alone. Hopefully it worked!
I'm not so keen on the smell of fox ... but that will fade!
It was a fun hour and, since the park was deserted, it might be a good time to take him there on other occasions. The car is parked at the church tonight so he's going to have a nice walk first thing in the morning ... just hope it isn't raining or blowing a gale!
The other blog today was for the 365Project. The vintage theme reminded me of the top hat in its original box ... and since you put up only one picture on 365 I needed to add the others so that folk could see inside the box as well as the interesting exterior.
O God, by whose command
the order of time runs its course:
forgive our restlessness,
perfect our faith
and, while we await the fulfilment of your promise,
grant us to have a good hope
through the Word made flesh,
even Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Celebrating Common Prayer