The sweetest, most gentle, super-handsome Sid
This is one those "lucky" shots in photography.
Sid is so cool and usually hops into the air, twisting his body
with delight when I get my camera out. He knows he's special.
I'm very grateful to have him watching over me, even though he's a
teddy bear in real life. He's the last dog that gives me trouble,
and the first to dole out kisses.
He makes me smile.
Franklin is the Navigator
He keeps an eye out for lost dogs while we're out on errands...
...in case they need our help! A small dog with a huge heart,
"Mr. Winkie" (his nickname) and his dilligence make me smile.
Some dogs don't wait for the dinner bell...
Daisy always sampled the fresh, full cans of food, waiting until
I was absolutely finished filling them up so she could then guard
the kibble. Evidently sampling the booty is part of her job
description. Or so she thought!
Having full food containers makes me--and the dogs--happy.
Katherine's drinking water
Newly replenished water after a weekly grocery stop.
One day I'll have running water and refill runs will be a thing
of the past. Until then, at least one gallon per day of
"Glacier Water" is my source. Seeing so many full gallons
makes me feel secure, happy and hydrated!