Today’s blog is brought to you by a very tasty lunch menu: leeks and sweet potatoes.
Rayne and her leek
Cy enjoying some sweet potatoes
Lucky patiently waiting for her leek from Caregiver Sam
Negra saving the best for last: Leeks
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by Sofia Castro-Loza
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Linda C says
Nothing wrong with a leek!
Thanks for the pics!
(FYI,the message that came in my email was tiny and didn’t contain a link.(
tom austin says
appears to be a trouble-free night……………..
Negra! Wait…. What’s that in Negra’s mouth?! Humm, looks suspiciously like a nut or maybe even a piece of chow. It begs me to ask if Nerga was saving the best for last (meaning leeks) or was she eating the best first (nut or chow bag goodies!)? Either way it’s delightful to see her. I can never get enough Negra in my life.
If I were on the receiving end of Lucky’s endearing “patiently waiting” face I’d be under her spell and serve her all the leeks in my possession. Thanks for todays photos Sofia!
You’re making me hungry! My late husband used to make the best leek and potato soup. Sooooo good.
Lucky is so precious in that pic! Sweet. Love the grooming session in the top pic. of course I love any and all photos. Thank you. You always make my day.