Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you’ll look back and realize they were big things. ~ Kurt Vonnegut

The dogs and I hit the park yesterday. It wasn’t very cold, but there was a heck of a cold wind blowing. I kept my gloves on most of the time to make sure my fingers didn’t freeze. I only snapped a few pictures of the dogs.

Both dogs enjoyed the cold water. Sadie loves to take a big gulp of water and then let it trickle out of her mouth. This is very cute while outdoors (not so cute in the living room).


Luka was playing with a tennis ball and it drifted underneath the ice. He obsessively searched for it.




Sadie watched him for a bit.


Then she grew bored and settled in to wait.


This next picture isn’t the best quality but I love the expression on Sadie’s face.


And, a final thought for today:

My creation


10 responses

  1. I love Sadie’s doggy smile!

    Poor kitty, he really needs a name.

  2. is feline a boy or girl – Ill throw a couple out –

  3. Linda in Waterloo | Reply

    Great sofa saddle ‘ya got there. He’s a cutie.
    But the dogs! Oh my, they’re just as fun to see as ever. Thanks for the treat – love the adventures as always.

  4. Your puppy photos always make me smile! What a lovely photo of Sadie’s smile! I also love the one of the no name cat! Too cute!

  5. Some version of Anonymous? Love those doggies!

  6. Two of the cats I had growing up were KC and Kit. Both short for Kitty Cat. All of the other names, save 2, were descriptive (Blackie, Brownie, Fluffy, Blackie (the second), and Sandy. Sam and Ferret were the only two that weren’t descriptive and both were named before we got them (Ferret’s previous owner got him (a Himalayan) instead of the ferret they originally wanted to get. We got Ferret when they decided they really should have gotten a ferret instead of a cat. So he probably fall into the same non-creative camp.). My family’s not all that creative.
    So by that reasoning, Mr. Orange Noname up there should become…Tabby. πŸ™‚

  7. What great furry friends you have. I love your quote for your post too. I’m an English teacher, and I have my students write their own version of Walt Whitman’s “A Child Went Forth,” which is basically a catalog of all of the little events that become a part of a person.

  8. The pups always make me smile but your nameless kitty made me laugh. πŸ™‚

  9. Got a name for the kitty yet? I’m dying to know! I’ll throw a name into the ring: Spanky Peanut.

  10. Patience


    He Who Shall Not be Named


    Oh, I think the first or last… then, if he gets out you can tell you neighbors you’re looking for Patience.

    Or, you can wander the streets going Seriously! Seriously!

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