Sunday, March 22, 2009

Sunday Dose of Cute: Trying to Impress the Girls

But It's a Little Embearrassing

© Copyright 2009, the lovesick foodie farm blog where we believe in a well-rounded diet for all, which meant that a quick chest freezer cleanout yesterday yielded a Tex Mex breakfast of leftover nacho pie for Bear and the big girls (picky beagle Robin doesn't do ethnic cuisine, especially if it contains tomatoes and cilantro) that was greeted with confused sniffs at first but was happily inhaled seconds later.


  1. Dear Susan~

    I always enjoy your columns! Such a touch of home for me~Loved this picture of the pups enjoying their day~

    Spring definitely has arrived in West Central Florida~The live oaks have spurred on new baby squirrel ears growth in their leaves.

    Everything is greening up; and we are preparing to add "warm" weather veggies to our hydroponic units and our "gifted" piece of dirt across the yard.

    Can't wait to see the corn/okra/squashes lifting their new shoots towards the spring sun!

    God Bless you with much abundance!

    In HIS love, light, and blessings,

    Mama T
    Tindel Den Cottage

  2. Who wouldn't be impressed with Bear? What a great photo!! (Don't ya just love dogs???)

  3. Ah the Bear is definitely showing his style to the girls. It is seeming to be spring, with a touch of changeable for accent.

  4. It's that Spring Thing going on, you know firting and courting, looks like he's giving it his best shot!

  5. I am very torn. On one hand I think it's wonderful that Bear knows the woman are in charge. On the other hand, I am embarrassed by his lack of, umm, pride? LOL

    Poor Bear. He needs a girlfriend.

  6. BEEEEAR!!! Who could resist that fuzzy tummy? Certainly not me.

  7. Linda (in Maryland)3/23/2009 5:53 PM

    Is there anything more charming that a fella that isn't afraid to show his vulnerable side? :)

    Bear is the best!


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