|"Why am I smiling, you ask? Because it's FRIDAY, baby!"|
Dachshunds . . . you gotta love 'em, especially on Fridays!
|"Time to get up ALREADY?"|
|"Just layin' in the grass, catchin' some rays"|
|"Now this is the life"|
|"All in all, I have a great life"|
|"The family that plays together stays together!"|
|Three coats: red, black, dapple--all cute!|
|Black-and-tan litter: they all |
look like my doxie Duke!
|Small, medium, and large--how DID that|
photographer get them all to face the same way??
|Triple cute = C3|
|"Hold onto your hat, Martha!"|
|"We're taking a Sunday afternoon drive. Wanna come?"|
|"Mirror, mirror, on the wall,|
Who's the doxiest of us all?"
|"C'mon out, you coward!"|
|"I'll bite you on the nose!"|
|"Bet I can catch you first!"|
|Girl with the Pearl Earring, circa 1665-67|
|Woman with a Water Jug, circa 1662|
|View of Delft, circa 1660-61|
|The Music Lesson, circa 1662-65|
|Duke: King of the Hill|
We had a seriously good time yesterday with our oldest daughter and family. We had a cookout, and my hubby Clark let the grands ride the lawn tractor around the yard. They loved it, especially when he set it to go faster! They are future grass cutters, after all.
The doxies spent most of their time hovering around the grill while Clark was cooking, in true doxie fashion. They are classic chow hounds.
|Doxies hanging around the grill: Duke our doxie|
and Shadow, our doxie granddawg
|Moi with the grands|
|Alexa learning to ride the lawn tractor so she can|
cut grass when she's older
|Annika having a yee haw time!|
|Asher takes this thing seriously!|
|"Have you read THE DACHSHUND ESCAPADES yet?"|
|"You really should, you know. Sarge the doxie has|
humans figured out--most of the time!"
|"Personally, I read for relaxation--and Sarge's books give|
me a few giggles along the way as well."