Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Wordless Wednesday 10

It started with Fritz...






18 comments:

  1. Oh! I love this - so much happiness in that photo :)

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  2. How fun!!!  Wonder who won the race?

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  3. Hi, and thanks!  I'm always surprised by how many pictures exist of me with a dog and how far back they go.  This was the first dog I really remember, although we had others.  He and I had a lot of fun together. 

    Thanks for visiting and for saying hi. 

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  4. LOL - I've been getting beat by dogs my entire life.  I think I was finally able to outrun my Lab after he turned, like, 12.  :blush:  :)

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  5. What a great photo! Fritz was such a cutie!

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  6. Fritz was an awesome dog.  Do you remember the time we were having a family picnic at Lincoln Woods?  The time a horse on a trail ride came galloping out of the woods headed right for us.  Fritz charged off the blanket at the horse.  The horse veered, thankfully, away from Fritz and ultimately, us.

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  7. Such a cool photo:)  Fritz looks like he was a wonderful, fun little dog.

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  8. Great photo Leslie!  I knew you had a soft spot in your heart for little terriers!

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  9. Hi Kristine! Thanks. He was a cute little guy. Smart as the dickens, too. He was a great dog to grow up with.

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  10. I remember now that you mention it. He was a spunky little thing.

    I most remember teaching him to give hugs. (Guess that's why I wanted to teach Bella the same.) He could just reach his paws up and around my shoulders. So cute.

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  11. He was. My dad always had a camera in his hand and the dogs and I seemed to be constant subjects. It's a great scrapbook of memories. I also think it gives me an insight into how he literally saw the world. Thinking of it that way, I know now that my dad lived in a beautiful world.

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  12. Oh gosh, terriers yes. They're just little in size, not stature. (Don't ever tell a terrier he's little, he'd never believe you. lol)

    I just like dogs that know they're dogs. (Or in the case of Basenji's, think they're cats, with big dog attitudes. ;)

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  13. Once a dog lover, always a dog lover. What a cute picture.

    Wyatt's mom

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  14. Wonderful!

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  15. Hi Wyatt's mom! Thanks for stopping by.

    I have even older pictures of me with our dogs. But I honestly think it's genetic - my dad was awesome with dogs. His grandfather even bred and raised Boston Terriers.

    (You, in particular might be interested to know, that the very first dog in my life was an Airdale named Samantha. She was a very good dog.)

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  16. Hi Theresa,

    Thanks for visiting and saying hi. I'm glad you liked the picture. I hope you'll stop by again sometime.

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  17. Hi Pup Fan!

    Thanks. Dogs have been pure joy for me all my life...

    Thanks for stopping by.

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