Wednesday, July 28, 2010

How about a cruise down the Rhine?

If French is a state of mind,

German can be a state of mind also.

Right now, I am cruising along the Rhine River

gazing at castles (you know I love my castles)

and picturesque villages.



In reality, I am still a concerned dog mom.

Poor Tommy. He wobbles around like a person that has been

drinking wayyy too much bubbly.

The Vet thinks it will take several

weeks for his body to adjust to the medications.
I am hopeful!

In the meantime, this virtual vacation
works wonders.
I feel rejuvenated-hehe.
Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the cruise.

Auf (ARF) Wiedersehen.


Bonnie said...

Enjoyed my tour down the Rhine! Glad to hear Tommy is doing a little better. Did the vet determine what is wrong?

xo, Bonnie, concerned auntie of Tommy

Lorrie said...

That was delightful, Barb. I just took a mini vacation!

Connie said...

Lovely cruise, sweetpea! Just what I needed today....

Blondie's Journal said...

I hope your pooch is better soon...I must have missed the post. Mine go to the vet tomorrow for's not any easier than when I took my kids!

I have a lot of pictures from when my sons were in Germany visiting friends. They were just 12 and 13 and I don't think they appreciated the castles as much as we would! Very pretty country!


Theresa said...

WOW Barb, beautiful scenery! I sure hope your litte Tommy feels better and better every day!


A Tale of Two Cities said...

That's a beautiful tour along the Rhine. I did that years ago, and this was a such a walk down memory's lane!


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh, this is up my alley, you know! Castles of all sorts make my day! And I am sad to hear that Tommy is out of sorts. These guys are tough, however! Our neighbors' Bassett was at least 15 years old when they decided to put him out of his misery...but he went kicking and smiling.

I hope you will find the best solution for him. How are you dear? Anita

Barb said...

Hi Ladies,

Sorry for not visiting. Tommy has become a full time gig for Nurse Barb. I'll get around eventually.

big hugs

Pondside said...

I'm glad to hear that Tommy is recovering - must be that good nursing!
We lived on the Rhine for three years and the drive along the castle route was a Sunday treat - thanks for the trip down memory lane!

Bossy Betty said...

Ah, what scenery! Hope your doggie is feeling better soon!

Melissa Miller said...

It is a magical place Barb!

I do hope your doggie feels better very soon. He is a sweetie.

Have a blessed day.
~Melissa :)

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