Well, this has been an unusually chaotic week for me and I‘m afraid that my end of the 30/30 Challenge has suffered a bit. Fortunately, thanks to my hubby, my dog’s end has not languished (VBP). In fact, with the added assistance of my grandson’s Great Dane, Daphne, Y has been kept very busy and very well exercised.
Twice this week, Y-Bo and I were invited to Daphne’s house for play dates. Thinking that this might be a great opportunity to take some fabulous action photos of the pups at play, I took my camera with me. Like always, the dogs were ecstatic to see each other and began romping, wrestling and jumping the instant they hit the backyard. And so eager was I to get a snapshot of their fervent(VBP) greeting, I didn’t even stop to cover the pTiny pTerodactyl in a flurry of grandma kisses before I followed the dogs outside.
Alas, this is the best ‘action’ shot I could get. Apparently my unexpected presence startled them to the point of non-play. In an attempt to get them back on track, I threw balls, I danced about pretending to join their frolicking, to no avail. They just stood there drinking water and giving me doggie versions of ‘stink eye’, until I was so intimidated that I went back inside. THEN, those silly mutts returned to their rambunctious play. I tried to sneak out again, camera at the ready. But naturally, they smelled me, quit playing, and immediately put those big proboscises (VBP) to the ground.
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