We were hating life in a 4 mile long traffic jam, which occurs at the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel on a daily basis. Thankfully, we don’t have to travel through it every day, but I bet this person does. Seeing this license plate made me feel better. Mackenzie took the photo.
We are dog watching while his owners are on their honeymoon. The bride’s parents, our neighbors, are out of town for the week resting up after having exhausted their life savings on the wedding, or they would have had dog-duty.
He is very gentle and meek, very undoglike in that he has no interest in playing with other canines, but tolerates them.
Having him made me consider getting another dog, as even an uninterested one is a fine companion for both us and our pup.
But for some reason, Kimbo barks more with another dog in the house. And I need my sleep.
Our neighbors’ daughter was married today. I took more pictures than I ever have at a single event. It was sheer happiness.
The crummy weather finally got the message and pulled out to the East over the Atlantic. The spring training for Seattle may be coming to a close.
Some friends and I were having a nice lunch when she wandered in. She was quite friendly, as were the other fowl folks on the premises, although Princess and Buster stayed outside. The mean one no one liked wasn’t around anymore: a fox got Diva the other night.
Sometimes, the photo of the day finds me.
It was rainy today. The kids started swimming at the summer pool. It didn’t really feel like summer though. Thank goodness.
D had a horseshow today. I didn’t want to make a big deal of it, but it will be the last time she rides her buddy Rainey, at least for a while. Who knows; horses live a long time.