The sky was so dark the moon had been blotted out and no stars shone to accompany our journey. All at once there was a massive flash of lightening that lit up the entire countryside. It was so sudden it took us both by surprise. It was a bit spooky driving down silent, dark lanes at that time of night, with a huge storm hovering over us. We waited but heard no thunder. A little while later, another flash, but still no thunder. The thick black cloud that hung over us looked solid and threatening so we were relieved to turn into our driveway. H1 and I took the dogs into the garden for a sniff round and Pea went to bed. As usual after dancing, I was really hungry, so I stood in the empty kitchen and ate a pork pie and a bag of cheese and onion crisps. Not the best thing to go to bed on, but there you go. I got ready for bed and turned the lights out, waiting for the storm to hit. Sometime during the night, I was woken by rain pounding on the roof, but the storm didn't materialise. Such a disappointment after all that!
Despite chewing some of the toggles off, he does love his new jumper and drags it about in an attempt to get someone to put it on him.
Life at its best is sweet and simple, even for a dog.
Have a lovely day and thank you for reading.xxx