Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
ok so i totally want to know what willa is staring at so intently in the first couple pictures...smiles. nice pics...
Bet she would like to take off chasing squirrels.
Now, that's a look of concentration.
She's a looker... in more ways than one!
She is growing into a BEAUTIFUL girl! Just look at her refined features and perfect poise! What a blessing she is in your lives & naturally, the same applies the other way round, too! Please give her lots of hugs & cuddles and tummy rubs from me :)
What a beauty. Such classic canine features.
She really is a pretty little girl.
What a lovely dog!She is very smart.
A wonderful animal! No doubt about that! Thanks for your comment about TOTC. I think Dickens meant Sydney Carton to be the noblest of men, but then he wrote in the age of Romanticisme, a time of melancholy with a golden lining, or joy coloured with a bit of sadness.
Beautiful pics... Love it!JJRod'z
Willa was worth adopting, just for the photo opportunities! The last pic is my favorite. Beautiful color.
Sweet, sweet Willa! Makes me smile just looking at that lucky dog.
Wordless but eloquent!
Dang but I want to smooch that pup!LOL
She would really, really like to chase squirrels -- and that could lead her up the mountain and into the woods and gone forever. We're working on the Come command. When she responds to that, we'll let her off.
I love this little girl! That last photo looks like she's queen of her domain!
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