Monday, April 25, 2011

My World Tuesday - Dogs and Puddles

When the snow melts, large puddles appear.  
Reflections of fences in the still and still-freezing water.
Honey's eyes light up with sheer delight.  
Time to go for a quick dip.  The muddier, the better.
Smudge calls out to his mates 
- let's play fetch ... right over here.
And after a ball-chasing run-around session, 
all sensible dogs should dip their toes...
and grab a quick drink.

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  1. Love to watch doggies playing in the water! What fun shots for the day! And, by the way, your header is totally breathtaking! What a glorious way to end or begin a day!! Enjoy your week!


  2. Ah - pure bliss for dogs!

  3. Your dogs are so adorable! I can imagine the bath Honey needed when she got home.
    But I'm sure they were so excited. "Look, Ma, no snow!" (Or, at least, not more snow yet.)
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

  4. oh my I'm thinking that water is plenty cold!

  5. as we get older, we forget how much fun puddles can be!

  6. Kids and dogs -- no way to keep them out of mud puddles!

  7. ah..they look so cute and adorable! Looks like they're really having so much fun:)

  8. Since good puddles should never go to waste, it is nice to see your pets enjoying them to the fullest. Your doggy tale is very cute and goes along well with the photos. :)

  9. Hehehe! What is it about puddles that dogs and very young children cannot resist?

  10. We need to cut loose like these guys!

  11. I think I'm seeing some dogs that will soon need a bath.


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