Rainy winter days are perfect for indoor activities, like taking pictures. Actually, I was just feeling lazy and wanted to get some shots of these little bums who kept following me around the house.
This photo was originally very dark, with only the highlights showing on Kona’s face. As I lightened the shadows in Photoshop, something began to appear in the background. It looks like Kona is sharing the limelight once again.
Pumpkin and Scout seem to show up everywhere Kona is. If he moves to the living room, they follow. Same with the bedroom – within a few minutes, there they are. Can’t a dog get a little privacy around here?
Scout tries to give Kona head-bumps and tries to cuddle with him. He used to get annoyed and walk away, but it’s useless. They just follow him.
These days, he just closes his eyes, accepts the fact that he’s sharing space, and goes to sleep.
Cheers to being popular 😊
~ Wags and woofs, Lori and Kona
We made it to 100!
Thank you to everyone who follows this blog and especially to the folks who take the time to comment on the adventures Kona, Pumpkin and Scout.
There are plenty of blogs out there with thousands of followers, but reaching 100 is pretty darn special to me. Wags, woofs and purrs to all of our furry friends out there in blogger land!
Dogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen. ~ Orhan Pamuk
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Happy Labor Day!
Maybe every Monday should declared a holiday, what do you think? We’ll make it a world-wide day off to include everyone outside of the U.S. as well.
The Mister is working on his boat today, so Kona and I decided to do some dog-shopping. I’ve been promising Kona a new toy for a while now, since his favorite old squeaky bone has seen better days.This old bone is special because Kona got to pick it out. It was once covered with bright yellow tennis ball felt, but he tore the skin off and ate it.
We made our way to the local pet supply store, and as soon as we walked in, the man at the counter handed Kona a snack. Instant friends.
There were so many toys! Kona headed straight over to the Kong toys, and sniffed out his favorite giant squeaky bone. We moved over to the snack area next, where he licked some of the tasty treats on my way down the aisle.For now, until he drops it into something disgusting, this Kona’s inside toy.
What kind of dog toys do your pups like to play with? Do you have a favorite that you keep going back to again and again?
One of our favorite camping spots is in Julian, California. We woke up very early on this cold February morning and quietly spied on a group of wild turkeys hanging out near our motorhome. Kona was mesmerized.
Did you know that turkeys fly up into the trees at night to sleep? I didn’t know these big birds could fly until we heard them above us, gobbling to each other as the morning light crept in.
As they flew down and started strutting through our campground, Kona was itching to get out and chase them, but I wasn’t going to take a chance with those sharp beaks and massive talons.
This turned out to be a special trip. Sharing space so close to the turkeys gave me a new appreciation of their intelligence and social skills. Listening to them calling back and forth to each other in the darkness of the trees was pretty special. I’m sure kona experienced his own kind of appreciation for these large birds.
“Buy a pup and your money will buy
Love unflinching that cannot lie.”
~ Rudyard Kipling
Have a super Tuesday, my friends 🙂
~Wags and woofs, Kona
This weekend Kona got to hang out with his two buddies, Enzo and Dexter, while I hung out with my bestie.
Back in the old days, when they were pups, these guys chased each other around until their tongues were hanging out. There were always lots of stuffed animals around, which sometimes ended up deflated and flat after Enzo and Kona played tug-of-war with them. Dexter once had a cute pink bunny that Kona managed to decapitate.
Dexter, being the Cavalier that he is, enjoys a lifestyle of royalty and shopping. He also loves to be cuddled and pampered. At times, he seems to be somewhat conflicted, like a human trapped in a dogs body.
They’ve all mellowed out a bit since their puppy days, replacing stuffed animal mutilations with frequent naps.
It’s nice to have the kind of friends where you can always pick up where you left off, no matter how much time comes in between. Maybe we’re all mellowing out with age, like a fine wine, just like the wine we enjoy when visiting with my bestie.
Cheers to a great week 🙂