Sunday, April 10

Sunday Dose of Color and Cute: Bright Spot

Tulips and Beagle Bert
I love it when the dogs crash a photo shoot.

We have one lone little tulip plant in the front yard, and despite years of dog abuse, it always gives us beautiful blooms:
4/16/06: Easter Greetings to You
4/16/06: Dogfoot Tiptoed through the Tulips
4/16/06: Time Lapse Tulips
4/12/09: No Bonnets, but Plenty of Blooms
4/12/09: Happy Easter!

©, where plans inevitably get changed when the power suddenly goes off (which also means the water goes off) for the afternoon. What can you do without those two? Play Work on the tractor, sweep the floor, weed the garden, or have a baby! Current lamb count: 17.


  1. Beautiful color and Bert's a stinker.

  2. The photo is lovely. How nice to know that tulips, though dainty are endurable even with a loving dog always er affecting its mojo?


  3. Lol. Photo bomb! I'm pretty sure he felt his face could only improve your composition.

  4. Hi Susan! The tulip is beautiful and Bert is still the center of attention :). And all those lambs are just too, too adorable. How can you stand all of that adorableness????? I can't imagine how big your sheep/lamb population is going to grow in the next few days! Wow!

    Thanks for sharing all these sweet babies, their mamas and the doggies, too! Love the pix!

  5. Beautiful picture!! And Bert has such a cute way of "crashing" it!! Fur-babies sure make life a whole lot more fun, don't they??!!


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