Another beautiful peaceful Sunday in Royal Deeside

What a bright beautiful Sunday so far; The rooster has crowed, the chickens released for a day of foraging. The dogs out for a short walk to do their business. Both Dogs and Cats fed. I am now sitting reading the news with a coffee. I was saddened to see that the GREAT CHUCK BERRY had passed away at 90 years. A good innings as the Brits say. Farewell and Rest in Peace, you added much happiness and joy to my life. Also to your zillions of fans throughout the years. Farewell and joins those rockers at the great gig in heaven. I leave you with one of the Greatest Tunes ever, Johnny  B  Goode

As for Pilmuir we are all Happy that Isla has returned from her double hip replacement surgery, she is recovering well so far. She must wear a cone until her scar is healed ( poor girl) but it is removed for feeding and  her other bodily functions outdoors.

                                                                   Isla’s Arrival Home
I wonder why they didn’t bring me a TREAT?
                                                                                 Visitors to see Isla
                                                               I am tired now go home guys.
                                                                Aha, , , ,   at last rid of that Damn Cone at least while I eat.

I will keep you updated on Isla’s recuperation.

When I opened my e mails I found a photo of my best Amigo  Limey WIlliams Sleeping again? ? ? ? ? ?

                          Mel and Pussy Cat in the land of NOD>>>>

Well folks it is only 115 days till I pick up Steph and the grandkiddlers. We are visiting castles, Jousting Tournaments and a few other special Scottish treats.. Can hardly wait Yahoooooooo.

Stay Tuned That’s it for now.




Author: Robby

Entered this world 69 years ago today. I am now entering my 7th Decade. Starting with a trip back to the middle East with a boyhood friend from Peterhead Scotland. Bobby Bruce I have 2 hard working Children and 7 grand children. I am proud of all of them, and their life partners.

3 thoughts on “Another beautiful peaceful Sunday in Royal Deeside”

  1. Hi there – I think my Mum and Dad (Bob and May Macdonald) knew your Mum and Dad. In fact I think your Mum showed mine how to give me my first bath in 1952. I would be about the same age as your younger brother Joe. And they looked after me when my mum was in hospital having my sister in 1954. Did they live on Pacific Ave in Toronto at one time? My Dad was on the TTC where I think he must have met your Dad. I became a nurse and worked at the Cancer Centre at Sunnybrook where I met them again around 1986. Would love to hear from you and also read your book.

  2. Nice Sunday morning read, drinking coffee too. Sorry for poor isla and her double hip replacement, I know what she is going thru, except I didn’t have wear a cone. I think Robby we first met at the queen Elizabeth hospital while I was recovering from hip surgery

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