Susan - you are right! As soon as I saw that photo, I spontaneously broke out in a big goofy grin too! BTW is there a food bloggers' dog blog going on? If not, I might have to start one...Thanks for today's shot of good vibes!
What a feel-good photo to start the day with!! This totally made me smile, too.
Aw!!! So cute! I agree, what a nice way to start the day.
It *is*! Haha - thanks for sharing that, you put me in a good mood which was very much needed as I'm heading off to a VERY boring meeting that I really don't want to go to.
What a cute picture!!!
What a great shot. Dogs rule!!! I have to get some photos on my site of Pepper, especially as she is spralled out on the couch with all four legs in the air.
Susan- what a smile! I love Robin, plus Robin hunts snakes. My perfect dog :) How could one resist ??!! I just had a piece of your yummy cake..so good.
Oh, so cute! what a happy face! just discovered your blog and can't wait to read the rest...I'm a California girl, now living in Brooklyn who craves a life on the farm...
Forget about that smile, look at those ears! (no offense to Robin) Love this picture.
Great puppy picture!
Hi Everyone!How wonderful that Robin brought out so many smiles today. And it looks like she brought out more than that--lots of great comments from new people, too! If you are a new visitor, welcome to the farm! If you've been here before but felt compelled to finally leave a comment for that adorable beagle, thank you for taking the time to write!I know that Robin definitely makes me smile all the time. She is an absolute sweetheart and enjoys every single second of her life. I have never seen her in a bad mood. I can't even count how many times she has appeared in my gratitude journal. I am so thankful that she literally walked into my life 8 1/2 years ago. (A story which I should tell soon.)Louisa,Nothing wrong with a big goofy grin! No, I don't know of any food blogger dog blog out there. Does anyone else? Maybe you do need to start one--sounds like a barkingly brilliant idea to me (and Bear and Robin)! Anne,Hope you survived the meeting!Scoop,Yes, pictures of Pepper on the couch with all four legs in the air are a must--especially since I know she weighs--what?--95 pounds? : )Leigh,Yep, Robin is pretty darn perfect, if I do say so myself.Wow, you still have some chocolate cake left? Such restraint! : )Hi Stephanie,Welcome to the farm! So glad you found us. And until you have a farm of your own, you can click over and e-visit us anytime!Wendy,Glad you love the photo. Yes, she definitely has some ears! Usually they are down or back, but they are sort of like her tail, in that I don't think she has complete control over them. When she is happy they just sort of spring up. And when a breeze catches them, well, it's just too cute. : )Hi Joe,Thanks!
*Grin widely back at Robin*
What a great grin! LOL
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