My camera has been woefully neglected. It has been sitting behind my chair in my room, somewhat out of sight and mind. I do think about it, but feel uninspired.
Goal: take out my camera and leave it somewhere so that I can post more.
Last week Tuesday we picked up an ADORABLE little puppy for my cousins. They named him Bosco. He is a chocolate cockapoo. We were taking him up north for them, and OF COURSE we had to get him a bit early. Don’t you think so, too?
I had so much fun with a little bundle of nigh-boundless energy padding/pattering around behind me, attacking my feet and skirt hem. I loved having a little warm puppy ball that would suddenly decided he was tired and fall asleep right next to me. He had this adorable way of curling up on your feet to snuggle and sleep.
But Lucy didn’t like him. At all.
And honestly, I can’t quite blame her. He stole her girl, her crate, her water bowl, her room, her spots to lay, and her snuggle time.
If Lucy had hands, she probably would have rung his neck.
Every time I talked to him, every time he was following me or I was taking him out, Lucy was watching from a distance.
And then she started giving me the cold shoulder. When I would talk to her, she wouldn’t look at me. And if I tried to hug her or pick her up, she would pull away.
Needless to say, she is happy that he is gone.
For the Fourth of July, we had some dear friends over. We have spent probably the majority of the major holidays with this family for the past 5+ years. So we continued the tradition. There was food, bubbles, squirt gun fights, paddle boat rides, and pond-swimming. Bonfires, badminton, puppy snuggling, and kitty snuggling. And plenty of talking.
It was wonderful.
I hope your Fourth was as lovely as ours.
Friday afternoon we headed up north to deliver a puppy and visit. It was so great to see family, but too short as always. I got in several games of Rummikub with Grandma, and Pop joined us for a few, also. I really love that game.
And I hauled my camera all the way up there, and, woefully, it stayed in the bag most of the time.
So I only have one photo of Bosco to share. And a not-to-great one at that.
Hoping to take more pictures soon!