FOWChallenge-Cast

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cast

throw (something) forcefully in a specified direction.

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Apart from a fishing rod, the first thing I remember

learning to cast was a sheep dog.

One would point an arm in the desired direction,

telling the dog to ‘way back‘ and all being well

the dog would charge off to the right or left,

depending on which way the mob was to be taken,

rounding up all the sheep in the paddock as it did so.

If the mob was to go to one’s left,

you would cast the pooch to your right and vice versa.

Twice in a dog’s life things did not always turn out just so.

First was when they were learning and

the second time was when they knew it all

and they thought you had made an error

because for 999 time we had gone left and

this time you wanted them to go right.

In their mind it just had to be the incorrect command.

Those were the times I inserted a few unprintable

additions into my vocabulary.   🙂

FOWChallenge-Differ

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differ

be unlike or dissimilar.

I think it would be fair to say that…

…as pups Candi and Taji differed in appearance.

And that there has not been

much of a change in three years.

They are the best of friends, however.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Differ

 

 

 

Word-of-Day-Challenge-Sacrifice

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Our pets are friendly towards each other…except…

…when it comes to food.

There is no way Taji would sacrifice

even one milligram of this bone

with a feline friend.

And I am sure this play fight would turn nasty

should Smudge(Cat) be nearing Candi’s food bowl

at meal times.

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Word of the Day Challenge: Sacrifice

Word-of-Day-Challenge-Equal

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Equal usually refers to to two things being the same,

which a Kelpie and a Labrador are not.

However, it is often

not the size of the dog in the fight,

rather

the size of the fight in the dog

which equalises them…usually.

 

 

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Word of the Day Challenge: Equal

Cee-BW-Challenge-Cute

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During my working life I have come into contact

with many (sheep dog) pups…all of which

have a cute factor about them.

Candi did not take long to settle into

Number 2 Son’s arms.

He may have had a head start as

she was a Christmas or birthday gift

from him and daughter-in-law to me.

I have never seen an ugly Labrador

at this stage of its life.

Taji still loves to be handled and

given some rough play.

 

However……

I think my all time favourite ‘cutes’ are

the several hundred photos I have

of ‘Nosy’ and ‘Rosy’ and Mum Limpy

on our last night in Africa 2013.

At 6-8 weeks old what more would a cub do

but munch on elephant dung

while watching tourists.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Cute

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