A Girl and Her Dog

And both of them pretty happy. It’s a fine summer so far.

18 Comments on “A Girl and Her Dog”

  1. cynthiahm – Vancouver Island – I am a preschool teacher/music teacher who loves to take photos and write stories in her spare time. My dream is to become a published author. Follow my journey as I work towards turning my dream into a reality.

    Beautiful photo. And so green!

  2. What IS Daisy doing with her head? I completely can’t parse it; everything is just Lovecraftian horrors from the neck up.

  3. Hopefully happier than “Christina’s World.” Wyeth’s subject, Anna Christina Olson, had a degenerative neurological disease and couldn’t walk–only crawl–so her world was basically limited to the Cushing, Maine, farm on which she lived.

  4. You have such a long front lawn! I can totally imagine this dog sprinting at full speed up the lawn. Lol. I bet it’s a sight to see.

  5. kameamoonmaiden – Norman, Oklahoma United States – Reading and writing have been my favorite hobbies since I was a little girl. Along with healing, it's what nourishes my soul the most. Mother of six and nana of three - my kids are my life. I'm a massage practitioner just emerging from a long sabbatical due to a failed neck surgery which is healing nicely. So while healing myself I have been studying lots of healing modalities including shamanic studies, Reiki, aromatherapy, herbal treatments and remedies, energy transmissions. As a Rainbow Warrior, I'm here to help consciously co-create the new earth as we enter the dawning of the Age of Aquarius. It's really happening, folks, so loving ourselves unconditionally and shining that Light on others is such an important part of our transformation. This woman always seeks the Peace which passes understanding. Blessed be.

    This is so sweet!

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