Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Wordless Wednesday 3/11/09

19 comments:

  1. What a sweet photo. Reminds me of the lab my sister had.

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  2. He's looking for spring! Or, he's at a crossroads in his life...I can't make up my mind ;)

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  3. Aww, what's he looking for?

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  4. Hi Aerie-el, Tessa, and Tina,

    Heidi was glad the temps were warmer,and was enjoying hanging out, looking to see what the neighbor people and animals were doing, her favorite thing to do next to running.

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  5. Looks like he's guarding your garden, what a true friend!

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  6. Standing watch. Good dog. :-)

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  7. Looks like my dog waiting for the school bus! Love it!
    -Heather

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  8. Sittting guard! Drop by and enter to win!

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  9. Watching the neighbors. Love the photo!
    Marnie

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  10. I had a yellow lab (Bailey) who would just sit in the backyard and watch the world go by. We lost him last year at 13 years old. I still miss him!

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  11. Oh! you get a security guard !
    She watches out her territory ?

    So nice, Sue, I hope she doesn't cross the road when she sees a friend at a distance.

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  12. I loved the comments about "he's waiting for spring"! I think he's counting robins :-)

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  13. Awww - he looks lonely! He needs a friend!

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  14. Is he guarding the garden? (Not leaving his mark in it?) ;-)

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  15. Heidi does a good job staying out of the flower beds, and she did a good job staying out of this new one, too. She did dig a little dirt out of it from the sidewalk, at first, though.

    Thanks for all the comments. They were fun ones!

    Laura, I looked at your blog, but couldn't remember if it was Bailey I had read about and gave a long comment on about our other lab we had before Heidi, but couldn't tell. I need to get off the computer now, so hope to look again.

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  16. I was going to say that she has turned her back on the garden, leaving you to play by yourself.

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