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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Another corgi, from a two-corgi day. (I’ll get to the other guy soon enough, I promise.) And this day illustrates what we all know already: Adam needs to drag along a better friggin’ camera, because the iPhone doesn’t have a … Continue reading
Autumn and I are moving, and getting the phone service moved to the new place, with DSL intact, is proving to be… well, not a hassle exactly. I asked for it, and they seem to just be doing it. But … Continue reading
Will wonders never cease? A not-very-droopy-at-all basset hound! (Another picture after the break.)
Another day, another Pom. This one’s a little goofier than usual, though. Two more pictures after the break.
Going to be some fairly minimal posts for a week or so, I think. Autumn and I are moving, and it’s sucking up a lot of attention and energy. I’m exhausted, and am SO ready for this to end: including … Continue reading
Dare ya not to fall in love with pit bulls after seeing this guy. Three more pictures after the break: check them out, I promise they’re worth it.
Well, I would never have guessed, looking at her, that she was a toy poodle/golden. Maybe corgi/golden, dachshund/golden, or even basset/golden, but certainly not poodle. But I have to assume that the gentleman walking her knew what he was talking … Continue reading
As I may have mentioned before, Autumn and I have a weakness for corgis. Anything that looks as goofy-silly as a corgi does, and is as consistently happy as a corgi is, is something that I pretty much have to … Continue reading
I may post too many Labradors. I’m sure I post too many golden retrieverss. In my defense, they’re both incredibly common, and for a damned good reason: they’re wonderful dogs. A second picture, after the break.