How many children do you know who bring you flowers when they visit?
Our neighbour S brought us a bunch of Daisies when she came to visit recently.
She really is the most charming and delightful girl, she brightens our day! She's been a regular visitor since she was about 2, and has always felt at home here. She just cycles the 300 metres or so from her home, comes indoors, has a chat for a while, plays with Bok, then goes home; almost as if we were her grandparents. She feels totally at home here, which is wonderful.
She adores Bok, and Bok adores her.
Everything is good when she comes to visit.
How sweet! What a precious little girl. You can be her honorary grandpa.ReplyDelete
That's how we feel.Delete
Children know when they are welcomed and loved; her sweet way to show she is happy to visit there.ReplyDelete
Greetings Maria x
She's a cutie.Delete
Children and dogs know where good people are and they are always welcomed there.ReplyDelete
I expect she'll come to see the baby Hedgehog over the weekend.Delete
That is so sweet. She clearly enjoys her visits.ReplyDelete
I'm pretty sure she does.Delete
How sweet. I hope you didn't give her any more of those parmesan biscuits to try!ReplyDelete
She probably told her Mum that we were trying to poison her.Delete
All who bring flowers, especially children and good men, are good people!ReplyDelete
I agree 100%. It's the sign of a kind heart.Delete
My little boy neighbour (7) has taken over looking after my hens without being asked. He lets them out, collects the eggs, shuts them in at night and always comes in for a chat. He has made a huge difference to my life since I was widowed.ReplyDelete
That's really nice Weave. He and S would probably make a great team!Delete
How lovely ..... not so many young people would make the effort for us oldies !!!! Do the younger generation in your area have to move to big cities to get work when they get older Cro ? XXXXReplyDelete
Unfortunately they do. Since we've been living here there was a trend to stay, but now they all go off again. I don't know what'll happen to all the farms with no-one to carry the baton.Delete
And she brought flowers. How fortunate you are to have such nice neighbors with a daughter who has kind, thoughtful heart.ReplyDelete
She has charming parents too.Delete
What is wrong with her? Why is she not at home glued to device? It is really good to see children doing normal human interaction things.ReplyDelete
She has a bike, and a wonderful dress sense. I think she has a great future.Delete
I loved it when Green-Eyes was that age, before she understood what I was really like.ReplyDelete
The age of reason.Delete
What a delightful neighborhood friendship.ReplyDelete
Yesterday she came with a friend to see our baby Hedgehog.Delete
What a lovely young girl, she must have wonderful parents.ReplyDelete
What a nice place you live.
Good parenting rubs off!Delete
Some people just gel. Rupali who was a lodger adores my mum and vice versa. She will fly up from London get a train then bus to arrive at mums house without saying in the Scottish highlands, just walk in and makes herself at home, mum treasures her!.ReplyDelete
Rupali was my lodger.ReplyDelete
That's wonderful. Somehow those relationships are by far the best.Delete