Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Goodness, Vicki, they look comatose. Did you drug them, or just wear them out?
That's total relaxation!Wish I could do that!
Those dogs know how to relax! :-)Looks as if the Dog Days are two months early in your parts, just like here, in the 90° for days on end.
I think the pups are trying to tell us something, but goodness, we already know it. Over here I believe it's going to be a long, hot, dry summer. UGH!
Now I need a nap.
They look worn out. Did they have a long day in the yard gardening or chasing squirrels? Or are they just content after a big dinner.Sam
Certainly looks like it!
oh i wish i could do that...smiles....they look comfortable...smiles.
Last night at 9:30 I looked at the two dogs on the floor, curled like relaxed shrimp, and said to Husband, "Those dogs are the smartest beings in this house.""If that's true, we're in serious trouble," he said.
No worries here!!! Have a grand day!!! Cathy
It's nice they all have their own pillows.
Aw, the puppies are so cute. If you feel warm anytime this week, think of me in Tampa. I'll be coming back to those blue mountains next week!
Not dog days yet. But it surely does feel like it around here. I'm with the dogs...just take it easy.
Every day is their dog day, it seems to me.
Sam, Willa sleeps hard because she runs around a lot. Ali Ali sleeps hard because he's worn out from playing with Willa. William sleeps hard because he's old. And Miss Susie Hutchins sleeps hard because she's a cat.Dan, our other dog, is a Border Collie and, as such, is not very good at relaxing.
Haha...what wonderful shots, Vicki! Looking at them gives me a sudden urge to take a nap myself. I must say...this heat makes it very hard to stay motivated.
Vicki, I love taking naps whenever I can, because most days, I just cannot.True luxury!
That's just too funny! I think this pack has relaxing down to an art!
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