From the archives today, I found this shot of “The Boys of Vegas.” Well, technically, they all live in Henderson, a suburb of Las Vegas.
I sure enjoyed photographing them when hubby and I visited his twin sister, Carryl, and her husband a couple of years ago. She’s a pet sitter and all of these guys were in her charge while we were there. From left to right, there’s Jazz, Jake (her dog who passed away recently), Buddy and Deuce.
When we lived in close proximity to Carryl several years ago, our dogs would get so excited when we said, “Auntie Carryl is coming over.” They would run to the front door and wag their tails until she arrived. If I was a canine, I would want Auntie Carryl to take care of me for sure 🙂
I think the “Boys of Vegas” is the perfect description for them. Namaste’
This video came to my inbox and I found it to be very profound. My question, though, is this: do men feel the same way? Let me know your comments below. Have a great Sunday. Namaste’
With the heat in the triple digits here in southern Arizona and other parts of the west, it’s time to take a lesson from our canine pals. Here’s Daisy taking a nice cool drink on a hot day. I’ve noticed that both dogs are drinking more water even though they don’t spend much time outside these days. They just go out, do their business and get back in as soon as possible during the heat of the day. Mornings and evenings are still fairly decent; in the 70’s.
Dehydration is very serious, so we can all take Daisy’s advice during this hot weather … “drink more water, you silly humans!” Namaste’
As a subscriber to Early to Rise newsletter, I especially enjoyed this article by Alex Green and wanted to pass it along to all of you. Something to think about: The Top Five Regrets
Sure gets one thinking about what’s really important, as told by the elderly and the dying. Even if you’re not old, someday you will be. Namaste’ and have a wonderful, love-filled weekend. Here’s “metal man” to remind us to smile more 🙂
I’ve heard so much about this book and the Dr. who wrote it, I felt compelled to share this with you. Namaste’