And seeing the wonder and curiosity on a dog’s face, imagining where the ball is going next.
And it was wonderful to see such joy…in a dog and a boy!
Not all wonders are enchanting, I’ve come to learn. Some just leave you pressing, thinking, questioning. Brea the cat has some rash and she has been pulling out her fur and we have been trying to help her with different medicines, but no luck yet. I wonder if it will take a change in a season for it to go away. Or maybe a trip to the vet.
On my finger, to stay awhile.
Called, “The Frog in the Log” painted by our neighbor, written by me.
This little dude lives in the stump in our front yard. Alone! And joyfully so.
How is it? You give a dog a bath, immediately, the next day, they find a random mud secretion, dig, and therefore need another bath. The joy of puppyhood!
In the *bug house* —- then immediately let it go. It was scared, we could tell.
We let it go! But it was so cool. Bennett loved every second!