Wednesday, September 29, 2010

How much is that doggie in the window?

Should you lose your beloved canine and go all melancholy crazy with the doglessness, try not to do as I do.

Try not to snap pictures of random other peoples' dogs thinking they look like they'd fill the hole in your family.

Or at least try not to stop in the middle of the street when doing so.

Dog envy. It's not pretty, people.


HP said...

So sorry Miriam... I know how hard it is to lose a beloved doggie. He had a GREAT life with your family.

Laura Paine Carr said...

Well. I understand this one. I vote for standing in the middle of the street, how else do you get a good shot? And, that is a nice dog.

Blessings to you all. Your devotion will show up to Love you though this time. Who knows? Dogs may well practice reincarnation. We don't know.

Barb said...

Oh, Sweetie. I didn't know he'd gone. I'm so sorry. I know how that hurts and for how long.

Anonymous said...

As our long time canine family member is aging and slowing down by the day, it would seem, every dog I see gets the treatment "hey, that looks like Chili's ________" fill in the blank - face, tail, fur, ears...she's not yet gone and I'm already seeing her everywhere. *sniff*

I can totally relate - maybe I'll start taking photos, my neighbors already think I'm nuts, I wouldn't want to disappoint.