Sunday, 20 March 2016

Hide

This week's prompt in Our Beautiful World is
                                                                                Hide
chosen by Mandy of A teacup of Scrapisms.
I found it difficult to talk about this word or to find what to talk about!
So I can only say that I was never a person to
hide
my feelings and I think that my best trait ever!
I am only showing you a photo of Noufaro (=waterlily), a relative's dog, hiding under our table while we are eating. Isn't she so sweet?
I will be blogging about a very interesting and important story very very soon. I can't possibly 
hide
that!
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11 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I think you found a perfect example of the word hide. It made me smile to see your doggie friend under the table.

Jeanneke said...

We, in our beautiful world, are blessed with a place to hide for the less beautiful things in our world.
That's a blessing, but in fact is a right, right? Not every human's right, alas.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts and pictures, Ariadne.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

That is such a cute face under the table. Can't wait for you story!

Ο κόσμος της Ράνιας said...

Αυτή η κρυμμένη φατσούλα κάτω απ το τραπέζι είναι γλύκα !!!!
Καλή εβδομάδα !!!!

nikol said...

Και η φωτογραφία σου είναι υπέροχη με αυτό το μουσουδάκι !!!Ούτε και εγώ μπορώ να κρύβω πράγματα !!!!
Καλή σου εβδομάδα Αριάδνη!!

Marie-Anne said...

What a super photo that of Noufaro under the table!!!!!
I wish you a lovely Spring, dear Ariadne!!!

Rhona said...

Awww....he looks so cute hiding under the table!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Look at that face! How can you resist that! Enjoy your week sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

Wen Sylvestre said...

Awww, sweet dog...

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

That is cute! Noufaro knows how to work the perfect "look," to hopefully get her a morsel to eat off the table. Happy Resurrection Sunday!

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Noufaro is so cute! I saw a recent documentary aout Easter traditions in Greece and it was fascinating, and made me think of you!