Today I’m giving you my own version of a lion sitting down with a lamb, though there is neither a lion nor a lamb pictured.
Still, here is proof the large can sit in peace with the small, provide the small keeps its paws off the bone.
Happy Tuesday! Play nice.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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16 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 52”
I love the little white doggie … too adorable.
Blessings – Maxi
The little white doggie is whiter when she lives at her house. 🙂
Couldn’t you just take pictures of them all day? I have a hard time holding back with my babies.
It’s funny, Kim… Steve is sharing pictures of his dog, Penny. He made the comment that he was wondering if he was focusing too much on Penny. It is true – I could snap shots of the puppies all day. The dog haters of the world are being driven crazy!!
Dogs are the best invention ever! Especially when they’re as cute as those two.
I love my dogs. One might forget I have two kids, because I’ve been taking so many pictures of my dogs. 🙂
Thanks for visiting, Lisa.
A beautiful photo, I love how the paw is protecting the food. 😀
You noticed, eh, Mags? That part cracked me up. Cherokee wanted to make sure Lily didn’t snatch her goods. 🙂
Keep its paws off the bone–love it!
Cherokee is an awesome pooch. Love her protective-self!
Love reading the little tidbits you write next to the photo of the day as much as seeing the picture! Cute with Capitol C!
Thank you, Stasha. You still make my day when you visit and comment on my photos. I appreciate you!
Lenore I really love seeing Cherokee. A real cute one. I have cats in my home, so I know, how these innocent souls with animal skins make our lives beautiful & worth living. It really made me smile seeing how Cherokee is protecting his food. 🙂
Cherokee is a sweetie, Arindam. I am glad you enjoy seeing pictures of her. Cats are great companions, too.
Too cute, Ms. D…
and impressive (I have a difficult time convincing one animal to sit still / look in the general direction of a camera… you’ve managed to do that in duplicate)!
Thanks to digital cameras, SIG. I won’t tell you how many shots were taken. 🙂