Category Archives: Dog photographs
What do you get when you feed the birds? . . . Fat birds. -From Mary Poppins Adeline and Theodore are fortunate that they live a few doors down from the pond in their neighborhood. This makes for an easy, … Continue reading
Is there a nicer feeling than being in a room full of people and the dog chooses to come sit next to you? I think not. (Martha (above) and Winnie, (on bed) our daughter’s dogs, have been enjoying “Summer Camp” … Continue reading
You are not going to master the rest of your life in one day. Just relax. Master the day. Then just keep trying to do that every day. Norman has today under control. HT @spiritualsrs
I do not believe that Megan and Andrew have to worry about anyone trying to kidnap Maddox. Winnie, the needy goofball that she is, just will not let that happen. Maddox, two weeks old in the picture above, came into … Continue reading
There has been a meme floating around that asks the question, “So you think we are smarter as a society than we used to be?” The response: “50 years ago, the owners manual for a new car told you how … Continue reading
Today, June 9, 2021 marks the 11th Birthday for “The Twins”… Big Red & Mackenzie. The story began here, Sunday Night, Dog Night. I had been blogging only a few months at that time. We were there just a few … Continue reading
Every dog that you’ve ever seen riding in a car had absolutely no idea where it was going, but it was it’s favorite thing at the moment. Imagine living like that. Thanks to @AndyRichter.
“Patience is the calm acceptance that things can happen in a different order than the one you have in mind”. – unknown Martha, a year or so ago, patiently killing time at the dog treat jar. Wait and someone will … Continue reading
Our youngest daughter, her husband and their two dogs recently made the 12.5 hour trip from the frozen tundra of Michigan to sunny, mild South Carolina. A few days later, they turned around and reversed course. Below are a few … Continue reading
I have never heard anyone refer to their relationship with their pet as being estranged or complicated. Coleen Ellis Some of our family relationships. Nothing complicated and definitely not estranged.