A Boston Terrier’s Very Busy Day

We babysit our granddog, Piper, on occasion; she seems to have quite the life!

Morning’s first light. That’s the dog, not dirty laundry. She self wraps. Amazing.

              Ever so slowly she starts to unfurl,

like a blossom. 

After channeling Mother Teresa, Piper is ready to start her day.

Listening to the birds in the patio.

Stopping to smell the plants.

After contemplating the busy day, she thinks it must be time for her afternoon rest.

“Get away from me with that camera” she thinks.

Losing herself in deep slumber.

It’s the good life.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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5 Responses to A Boston Terrier’s Very Busy Day

  1. eof737 says:

    You might not believe this but I was wondering what ever happened to you as I no longer get your posts and thought you were busy settling into your move… So I decided today to come visit and leave you a message and to my horror!!! when I got here I found out that somehow your blog had been un-followed and that you had been writing posts all along…I’m terribly sorry about thsi mishap. 😦
    How heart-wrenching as I love your blog and have no idea how this happened… So I corrected the problem today and will start getting your posts again. How very bizarre! Hope all is well and I do hope you didn’t think I simply blew you off… and I wish you’d said something. Glad to re-connect.


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  3. Bassas Blog says:

    Lovely post Angeline and very lovely photos.


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