It’s All About Perspective

Mackenzie with that “I thought you loved me” look in my home office.

Humans in the Spring of 2020:
  “I can’t believe what we are going through.” Vacations canceled, shopping curtailed, we can’t go out to eat and I have to cook.”


Dogs in the Spring of 2020: “OH-MY!,  I can’t believe my humans have chosen to stay with me, rather than going to work. I can sit and he will pet me while he works at his desk. We snuggle, go for walks and get extra treats.”


About Ray V.

Living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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12 Responses to It’s All About Perspective

  1. Is that one of the mole hunters now??? I love him!

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  2. Osyth says:

    I just commented to my husband who was sitting on the deck with two of ours contentedly next to him – so calm and tranquil that they love it when we are both home. And that is a perspective that we can take to our own hearts. Silver linings – dogs are so good at finding them and showing them to us!

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  3. Jim Borden says:

    I think our dog misses her opportunities to root through the trash; now that we’re home all day we can keep a closer eye on her…

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  4. My cat thinks otherwise. “I can’t believe my human is never leaving me alone. How am I supposed to carry on with my extremities and then I think when did I ever care. Oo, that bare leg looks like it could use a scratch”


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