Monday, September 22, 2008

Say what?

pug_grass_person

To me, he's saying, "Come on. You know you want to come on down to the park." Well, I'm not quite ready for the park, but with this cute little guy's encouragement, I'm headed that direction. I made it through a two commutes and a full day of work. The only place I dozed while seated in my chair was for a few seconds at lunch. But, tonight after eating a bowl of leftover chili (I had cooked on Sunday), I took an hour and a half nap--thanks to my sweet Mama's doing the dishes, again. She's a sweetheart every single day. Now we're into the season opening of "Dancing With the Stars," a total addiction for the both of us.

8 comments:

WendyB said...

I love that the angle of the dog's back echoes the angle of the woman's back!

raf said...

That's a great angle, Lynette, to make an eye-catching, interesting photo!

Meead S. said...

Hi Lynette. It's a few days that I've arrived Portland. I stay in Ondine dorm in SW 6th Ave. I will be so glad to meet you in near future.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I saw your blog and found a piece of history your camera recorded. It is a blink, stopped dead-still, exposing a moment in time and the beauty you saw in the dog in the park. Nice.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

Jim said...

I tried to watch DWTS, I really did, but the first couple just bored me. Toni Braxton was all right, I wanted to see Cloris Leachman but by then I forgot it was on.

babooshka said...

That's a fantastic ground shot. Just read your comment on mine and had to take a look. Both dogs watching is brilliant. I do like these shots, that make a imange so dramatic. Glad it worked for you, I'd have been proud to have taken this.

Wayne said...

Glad you're feeling better Lynette.

AVCR8TEUR said...

Hope you're feeling better and mama is taking good care of you just like you did for her last year. I haven't really caught the DWTS addiction, but it's sure a popular show.