Sometimes I think Daisy wants us to adopt a new friend for her. Or does she want to continue to be an only child?
If only she could talk 🐾 This sad face is when I’m getting ready to go somewhere and she’s watching my every move. Awww.
This is my daughter and my dog, Daisy, running on the beach at Pacific City, Oregon. It was the first time Daisy had ever experienced the ocean. She didn’t know quite what to make of it but soon adapted to running freely. It was amazing to watch. But what was even more amazing that I noticed when I uploaded this image is the look on Michele’s face. Free to just “be.”
The ocean has a way of calling to us, beckoning us to give our cares and worries over to it. I did … and I plan to go there often to just “be.” Namaste’
Since it’s Throwback Thursday I thought I’d post this picture of Daisy (taken last year) with her favorite orange ball. It moved with us all the way to Oregon and now it’s missing. And believe me, we’ve looked in every nook and cranny inside and outside. She has plenty of other balls and toys, but none that she loves so much as this one. So let’s all call up the canine angels and put out an APB on her favorite ball. Thanks in advance 🙂 Namaste’
I was having a little fun today with some post processing and thought I’d share this one with all of you. Foxy (L) and Daisy (R); two of our favorite creatures on the planet. Foxy is our senior dog and Daisy is what we lovingly refer to as the “teenager.” You all know how teenagers can be, right? Ha!
I was making some garlic bread this evening and … well … I left the sliced loaf too close to the edge of the counter and before I knew it, Daisy put those little mitts of hers up there, grabbed the bread in her teeth and was about to make off with it, when hubby came around the corner and busted her. She’s such a food sleuth! Probably because she had a history of being out on the streets before she was picked up by the SPCA. We adopted her six years ago and it seems she’s been a chow hound ever since.
But we love her anyway, the little scoundrel! Namaste’
It’s that time of year in the Old Pueblo when the lizards come a-callin’ and this one tried to hide from me but I got the shot anyway. Daisy usually patrols the perimeter and somehow missed this one (she was probably napping), or she would have chased it down. He’s hanging on the wall with both of his left legs. A bit of an acrobat if you ask me 🙂 I wish I could have got his head in the image but I had the feeling if I moved closer, he’d be out of there.
Hope your Monday is a good one. 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’