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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Rusty Relaxes ... Weekend Window Reflections

Make Time for Small Reflections
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Mosaic Monday, My World & Ruby Tuesday

Rusty relaxes
in his chair while Molly plays
by herself this week


missing Aloha ...
but she encountered a RACCOON!!!
I missed the photo

opportunity
because I was without my
camera that day

yet this picture found
on the Internet looks much
like the one she met

considerably
smaller than the actual
GIGANTIC raccoon

Molly discovered
lurking near the little blue
house just down the street

Poster Edges

Watercolor Filter

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for others participating in
Camera Critters, Pet Pride
(belated)
Haiku Friday and Mosaic Monday


More holiday pics
captured as I walked last week
in the neighborhood


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Weekend Reflections,
Window Views
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Small Reflections ... Smile Back

Thought for Today
"The free mind is not a barking dog, to be tethered on a ten-foot chain." Adlai Stevenson Jr.

12 comments:

Sylvia K said...

They do look like happy doggies! I know Mojo and Sam would love to spend some time with them! Hope you have a great week!

Sylvia

James said...

Thanks for sharing these great pictures. I love the way the roses and the ball add such nice splashes of color in the mosaics.

awarewriter said...

Animals do understand how to relax.

magiceye said...

hey you guys look cool!

woof woof
from bozo
here

AllyJo said...

A nice, full entry. So many blessings in your life.

Ricepatty said...

Beautiful post - love the dogs of course - having 4 myself. It looks like a nice peaceful life :)

☺lani☺ said...

Your pet enjoyed the garden a lot!

Manang Kim said...

That's a huge raccoon, a good way to relax. ^_^

RT~Straw/blueberry pie

Powell River Books said...

From the sound of it, we think we have a raccoon visiting our cabin deck at night, but haven't caught a daylight glimpse. One winter I was storing veggies on the porch in a plastic bin. The raccoon made a beeline for it. His fantastic nose led him to an onion and cabbage feast. - Margy

Aimee Dars said...

Great pictures of beautiful dogs!

Barb said...

Your neighborhood looks charming. I'm glad Molly didn't tangle with the raccoon!

AL said...

Molly and Rusty looks like happy dogs. Molly enjoys playing with her red ball same as with my black lab who really like the red ball that I bought for him. He doesn't miss playing with it everyday.

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