Of Gardens and Rescue Dogs

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What a garden needs is time,

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patience,

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love,

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nurturing,

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hope,

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and room to grow.

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What a rescue dog needs…

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time,

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patience,

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nurturing,

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hope,

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and room to grow.

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“One of the greatest virtues of gardening is this perpetual renewal of youth and spring, of promise of flower and fruit that can always be read in the open book of the garden, by those with an eye to see, and a mind to understand.” ~ E.A. Bowles

The greatest virtues of rescue dogs are the same.

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6 comments

  1. Such a beautiful, colourful garden and the dogs looks so happy. It is so dry and hot here (still) that our garden is not coping, we desperately need rain but they’re predicting a mild, dry winter.

    • Well, I hope they are wrong about your winter – as they were ours. One of the rainiest/snowiest (and scariest!) on record. We’ll try to blow some your way. 🙂

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