Patience …

December 29, 2008 § 5 Comments




I don’t have to go outside with this on, do I? In fact, I don’t have to leave this room, right?
I know Oh took this because she thinks I don’t get equal photo time compared to the beagle, but honestly, that’s cool with me. I am supposed to be big, strong and scary and this is not scary.


I don’t particularly care what this is on my head; in fact, it’s rather warm, which is nice.
But would someone please convince Oh to go back to writing and stop all this picture-taking?
I mean, shouldn’t she be posting stuff that makes the world a better place? 
I’ll answer that myself: Yes, she should.
So step away from the camera and get to work, thank you very much.


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§ 5 Responses to Patience …

  • anno says:

    Awwww… too cute!

  • jeanie says:

    Oh, I don’t know about that — your photos are wonderful (and so are the subjects) and just looking at them makes me smile, which makes MY world a better place!

  • qugrainne says:

    So cute in their Christmas outfits. I guess Jack wasn’t having any of it!!
    About writing…. it is hard to get seriously focused right now, isn’t it? It has definitely been a problem for me. I solved the conundrum by going to the library and telling myself it was completely reading, not writing, week. Now I don’t feel so guilty.

  • lalber says:

    They’re too cute! Next year, I’m buying a holiday hat — or perhaps kerchief — for my pooch!

  • oh says:

    Anno – they are cute. It’s nice to have holiday time to also enjoy more time with the dogs who will fetch – once – and then go lie down. But they enjoy the petting and the fuss and the extra treats.

    Thanks, Jeanie! pets make for good writing (or picture) copy, don’t they? We all love that Gypsy!

    Q – You’re right! Call it a “reading” week – excellent idea. I’m going with it. And then next week (next year, haha) get back to pen and paper. (sigh)

    LA- You’re little dog will be adorable in a Xmas bauble! Hope she’s enjoying her first holiday with you!

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