Happy Pup.


This precious little boy is my daughters little dog, but since she is not home that much anymore, he is with me a lot of the time.  He is three  years old now, so not really a pup anymore.  He and I have had some meaningful conversations lately.

I have blogged about him before, but as he can see, he is a very difficult subject to photograph.  He very seldom sits still.  One of the things about him that always catches my eye is his smile.  He often looks as though he is grinning.  He has a very happy way about him which is quite infectious.  Very good medicine for me.


36 thoughts on “Happy Pup.

  1. I love your shots – and I can imagine the conversations you have had! ha!
    our friends used to have a similar dog (a Pom) and we made up a song – they wanted to give theirs away for a short while but then kept it – and our song was “Kino is a thousand dollar dog, thousand dollar dog (yes he is – said with a deep voice) Kino is a thousand dollar dog… ha!

      • well thanks – and the song is better when it is sung with three girls under the age of ten ! ha – anyhow, they kept him and were very glad….
        have a nice day!

      • well I found a pic of Kino from 2008 – 🙂 had to share:

        and side note – I love seeing the entries for your pet challenge each week – 🙂 – I am going to try and join in soon – but this week I did not have the time… however, Linda’s entry reminded me of this pic that I shared with Sherri – and so thought maybe I would share it real quick here while conversing so much this week (and thanks for your time by the way – enjoyed getting to know you a bit more happy hugger)

Namaste. My soul honors your soul. I honor the place in you where the entire universe resides. I honor the light, love, truth, beauty & peace within you, because it is also within me. In sharing these things we are united, we are the same, we are one.

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