If I didn’t know better, I would think that Molly is auditioning for Sarah McLaughlin’s next commercial.
Some days, this picture really matches my mood.
Other days, it is like this pine comb, somewhat hopeful of better things to come, yet reserved.
There are little signs of spring everywhere.
From the little mini spots of green, to the receding signs of spring-runoff in the ditches, creeks, and rivers.
More decorations, courtesy of Mother Nature. The raindrops glitter like diamonds at the end of each needle.
I have a confession. I hoard stuffed animals the way that I would like to hoard rescue animals.
This is Dug, from Disney’s Pixar film “Up”.
Pdog likes the fact that Dug doesn’t require as much maintenance and up-keep as adding another rescue to our bunch.
Don’t get me wrong, Pdog loves to rescue as much as I do, but admits there is a limit for now. My response is “We’ll see.”
More drear and gray. But that didn’t stop me from continuing playing around with macros. Even mud puddles have something beautiful to offer.
It has been dreary and raining around the homestead lately. So I’ve been looking for pops of color to brighten the day and have been mostly shooting in macro.
So here is a little red in the form of berries waiting for spring and our mailbox flag.
Hello. My name is Barkley, and I’m a Frisbee addict.
It has been 5 whole minutes since my last Frisbee fix.
I won’t leave my humans alone when they are outside with empty hands.
And I have absolutely no plans of changing any time soon.
Barks and kisses. XOXO