Guitars Replaced by Dogs (via)
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That’s Jay, the Border/Lab puppy… that I will not be adopting. :-(
Heather and I spent an hour with him this evening and he’s gorgeous and well-behaved (for an 8-month old) and playful and he seemed to like us both… but the timing is just not right. I just don’t feel comfortable adopting a dog right now, particularly a puppy, knowing I would be entirely responsible for raising it, at least until Heather moves to Rochester.
I only hope that he ends up being adopted by a great family that can give him the love, time, and attention that he deserves. Unfortunately, that’s not something I can do alone at this point.
I just need to remind myself that there are plenty of dogs out there who are in need of adoption. Priority 1 is getting Heather to Rochester. Once that is settled we can move on to building a life together that includes a great dog of our own.
I’m putting this here just in case any of you are in need of a smile today.
"A greyhound ends first in his race, and although the lure is right in front of him, he’s looks straight into the eyes of the photographer (me) and continues his run. I had to jump for my life taking this picture. Photographed in Belgium."
(© Rob Van Thienen, Belgium, 2013 Sony World Photography Awards)
LOOKIT PUPPY CHUCKIE!
I love this dog that I’ve never met more than I love most humans that I have met.
Something something something, Marty McBeagle.
Damn, Steve was SO much better at this.
Also, there may be more Marty McBeagle in my queue…
I need to find a cute puggle puppy asap…
(Really, that’s all I’ve got.)
Awww. Marty McBeagle is sad because he’s not curled up next to me right now, where he belongs.
I TOLD YOU THERE WAS A PUPPY!