Have you noticed that while there are some dogs who just love to go for a drive.......
There are others who are really not so sure!! .......
Quoting: John Richards Seeing that last picture reminds me of something I keep meaning to ask. You might know, Pamela. Why are they called French bulldogs? Exactly, Not a beret or string of onions in sight. TC.
Peut etre votre Bulldog Francais parle seulement avec laccent dun etranger qui a restez pour longtemps a une Campagne pas natif? Par example un Nation Iberian!!! TC. NB The a before une should have an acute accent over it but I dont know how to put them on.
hi family, feeling annoyed right now,the site has beenout of service [server error]for 81/2 hrs cant believe it, dont we have a reliable server any more? if not,why not?would love to know the answer
sent unashamedly and without apology. the soldier stood before his god.which must always come to pass,he hoped his shoes were shinning as brightly as his brass, step forward soldier how shall i deal with you? have you always turned the other cheek,and to my church be true? the soldier sqaured his shoulders and said no Lord i guess i aint, because those of us who carry guns cant always be a saint. ive had to work on sundays and at times my talk was rough,and sometimes ive been violent for the world is awfully rough.but i never took a penny that wasnt mine to keep,though i worked a lot of overtime when the billsgot just too steep.and i never passed a cry for help though at times i shook with fear.and sometimes god forgive me ive wept an unmanly tear,i know i dont deserve a place among the people here,they never wanted me around except to calm there fear, if youve a place here for me Lord, it neednt be so grand,ive never expected or had too much,but if you dont i will understand, there was silence all around the throne where the saints had often trod, as the soldier waited quietly for the judgement of his god. step forward now you soldier,you have born your burdens well,walk peacefully in heavens streets,"you have done your time in hell". THINKING OF ALL BRITISH SOLDIERS AUTHER UNKNOWN RIP
I thought that you might like to say "Hello" to these lovelies who are training to be helpers for injured/disabled servicemen/women. From the left meet- Monty, Colonel, Flanders, Yomper and Juno.