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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-08-2019, 20:30
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I watch this at least twice a day, it is so lovely.

Has he come to Zoleneīs hand in the garden as she said he has stayed quite near home.

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Others have asked the same ha ha. Zolene says it is still staying close to her house , she says she knows it's cheep different to others but has not come to her , I guess that's a good thing . She thinks it's because she is working away long hours and playing/singing away at weekends , not at the house much .
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ps. last year Zolene found a bag of kittens abandoned in a forest walk, one was still alive and of course she brought it home. She won't take it to her 'lovely' new house so now I am stuck with a very big and destructive cat , blind in one eye , partially deaf and not the full shilling ......but as with the bird everyone who meets him , loves him.
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And there I was thinking just how marvelous Zolene was. Have some reservations now..

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In the small picture the bell looks like a misplaced eye Alan. then clicked on the picture to enlarge it and saw what it was.

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Just caught up on this. What a nice video.


Please thank Zolene for a) rescuing the little creature but b) for such a beautiful and uplifting video.


I have visions of enticing Zolene to come down to the Alps or the Pyrenees to stand on a peak or by a tarn and fill the air with her beautiful pure voice. It would make a wonderful video. She can choose what she sings - I feel it would always fit the scene.


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Thanks Geoff, I 'll pass it on. Yes, we have tried to get the 'kids' to join us for a trip , even suggested they fly in to Lourdes or somewhere to meet up, as they don't get big holidays, but so far no joy.
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Well

I love my kids

But actually I donít need them to join me for a holiday

Once I was a baby sitter and useful

They are not miles away, at times a bit further would be nice

Now they may think we are too old, I think they are too young

So, as they are not far away when we are home

Itís nice they are further away when we are on holiday

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Agreed Aldra but it's not so much their company we want ; we would just like them to experience and enjoy all the lovely places that we've discovered.
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Yep

But we dragged ours up the fells when they were young, and not so young

Hoping they experienced the joy and beauty that we did , stopped to admire and absorb it

Our eldest strode forward, stopwatch to the fore , waited at strategic points for us to catch up

When we tackled three peaks, parked at the three shires stone , he ran the whole way back to collect the car and arrived before us the climbers bar in Langdale

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