| Tuesday, March 18, 2008 |
i took this shot of watson on our way home from the vet (where he was an absolute dreamboat...go figure) and i'm very happy with it (dave's jealous he didn't take it, although he's not admitting it)!
| Thursday, March 13, 2008 |
murray is our true “earthdog” – this dog was made for digging. just take a gander at his shovel-like paws; his low-to-the-ground, girthy body; his long, floppy ears providing flying dirt protection; and his course hair that makes him truly self-cleaning. he also, coincidentally, happens to be my idea of one of the greatest beings in the world. i often say that when i look at him he literally hurts my heart…
| Sunday, March 2, 2008 |
now i’ve been punched in the face…this time it only took 1 brother to do the job of 2. aaahh spring...at least i can still smell you
| Thursday, February 28, 2008 |
aaahh spring...it’s at this time of year (in nashville anyway) that we can begin to get excited about brown turning to green, cold turning to warm, and grey skies turning blue. dave & i like to end our workdays with ball throwing and romps in the yard with the dogs (well, we throw the ball and the dogs do most of the romping). despite the fact that they’ve reached their 2 year mark, we still refer to fletcher & watson as “the puppies” because of their penchant to play like brothers, fight like...
| Thursday, February 21, 2008 |
owney is adored by all!!! we wish him many (strong emphasis on the many) years of health & happiness
| Wednesday, February 20, 2008 |
| Tuesday, February 19, 2008 |
reilley & i having some quality time together on sunday (which was much needed after spending an entire day without me - see below)
| Sunday, February 17, 2008 |
i’m very proud to say my first buddhist retreat is behind me. it was an awesome experience but sitting doing absolutely nothing for 7 hours is hard work, however, not talking or making eye contact proved no problem as i’m a social misfit. the retreat took place in a country home outside nashville that sits on 120 acres which now serves as a spiritual renewal center. we had some time to walk the grounds after lunch – the one downfall being if you went further than 200 feet...