Today was “work at my boss’ house” day. I brought my camera in hopes of getting a nice shot of her Christmas tree. Yes, she decorates early, and I appreciate that fact.
While sitting on the floor trying to get the perfect angle, Lily approached me. I asked her, politely, to move. She refused. I asked again. Again, she refused. She’s a little hard-headed, or as this picture shows – she’s a little heart-headed. (Dogs are better than Christmas trees, anyway.)
15 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 318 Heart-headed”
Heart-headed, perfect! Those dogs are a bit stubborn, aren’t they? My niece’s will plant her little feet and refuse to budge. That’s why they’re so darn cute. 🙂
I don’t know why dogs get away with being stubborn, but it is true – and yes, they are cute. I’m no where near as cute when I am stubborn. Neither are my boys. 😉
Ha ha ha! heart headed, I loved it!
I have a thing for close-ups, and well – sometimes it makes for a neat effect. Glad you liked it, Angel.
She IS heart-headed! Love it!
Glad you liked it, Leah. Lily may be stubborn, but she is photogenic, too.
I had no idea what to expect from ‘Heart-headed.’ I never expected it to be literal. And by the way, congratulations to the Bulldogs on winning the SEC East. I know you aren’t a big football fan, but you are an alum and there’s nothing sweeter for a Georgia alum than to beat my alma mater and get to play in Atlanta the first Saturday in December. Good luck, Dawgs!
You are such a nice fan, Susan. I appreciate you taking the time to say something nice and positive about GA, even when your team lost. 🙂 Now, I’ll be honest – I had not heard the news until you shared it with me. *sigh* But I’ll pay attention on the first Saturday in December. Promise! 🙂
We’re going to have to work on making a football fan out of you yet. The Bulldogs are one of the best teams in the nation this year. UGA needs your support!
Oh Lily-pad. Give her a pet for me wouldja?
I will, I will, MJ. She’s a good pooch.
Lily’s refusal to move turned out to be a good thing. Too cute. Great shot, Lenore.
Blessings ~ Maxi
It did turn out to be a good thing, Maxi. She knew better than I did where to look to get a good picture. 🙂 Blessings to you.
She’s just too big a fan of your work to miss the opportunity to pose!