Well, we've had plenty of false hope, phone calls from well meaning neighbours who thought they saw her in their garden, on the street, in the fields behind their house... but each time it was just a case of mistaken identity.
We try to stay positive, hoping she will turn up somewhere eventually (if she is indeed still alive) and be identified by the microchip she is wearing under her skin.
In the meanwhile, summer came and went (nobody really misses those exceptionally cold and rainy months), and here's autumn, leaves are turning gold and inspite of recent rain we've had plenty of warm, sunny indian summer days.
Now the rain is back and with it muddy boots - images are from our regular walks in the country:
Rainy days are best spent indoors, sewing and appreciating little corners of our home - a bird mobile I made last spring, my sewing table (with pin cushion) and a bathroom shelf that makes me smile in the morning:
I wish you all a great week ahead!