I love this picture!! : )I know I need to do my random list...I will I promise!! Tomorrow! I got waaay behind this week. : )I hope all is well with you. Have a sweet weekend!Hugs,Sue
I do appreciate the sober, statesman-like countenances on these canines. I think the world could benefit from more forward-looking leadership of this kind.Have a great weekend Sue -
Rick walked in and started to laugh.Of course, he spotted the fox rightoff. I didn't even see it. He saysI need a hearing aid, do you thinkI need glasses too?Anyway, we had a good laugh and thatis good medicine.
Susie Q: No hurry on that list. Glad you liked the photo. It will be a sweet weekend for us, because tomorrow we are taking several of our grandchildren to a historic farm in our community. Paul: Yes, isn't it amazing what we can learn from a bunch of dogs. :-)Sharon: You don't need glasses. It is just that when you do what everyone else is doing, like the fox in the photo here, and you keep your mouth shut, you become inconspicuous. Nobody notices you.
Love this photo and the caption! I found you thru Paul's Original Faith Blog, which I read faithfully.You have a lovely blog, brimming with life and the honoring of life. It feels good to be here.
Motherwintermoon: Thanks for visiting and for the compliments you paid to me and my blog. I try to write pieces that are uplifting and positive in tone. I hope you will return.
Don't feel bad, Sharon. I didn't see the fox at first either, but after a second it stood out. I have also not seen that there are two SusieQs until this post. =)
Heh heh, that wouldn't be the first time the fox fooled the dogs. A few miles south of here near Longwood Gardens they Fox hunt with dogs(no kill). During the fall you can hear them with their large packs of dogs. That is a funny picture Susie:-)
As the old saying goes, "Can't see the forest for the trees". Also, "If you can't beat them, join them".
So funny... and great advice.Thanks for all of your kind comments during the wedding planning. Blogging friends are special.
Tom: I have to remind myself that there is a fox in this photo; it looks so much like a dog at first glance.Jenni: I know that a fable exists in which the fox is outfoxed by some other animal, but for the life of me I can't remember the fable. Do you remember it?Lucy: I think this fox was definitely trying to blend in so as to go unnoticed.Nancy: So good to have you back blogging again. Glad the wedding was nearly perfect.