Friday, July 13, 2012

12 of 12

So I'm doing my 29th 12 of 12

12 pictures taken on the 12
th of the month. Since I only post once per day, you get my images the following day. All pictures taken with my iPhone. Click images to enlarge, if you choose.

Created by Chad Darnell and picked up from, what I can tell, a number of random bloggers who then link back to him and vice versa. Chad stopped doing the 12 of 12 links in December of 2011, but I will continue, as I like doing it.  I just can't link with the others who participated monthly.  Bummer.

This is a fairly dog-centric 12 of 12.

 05:05.  Time to put in the contacts.  It's gym day. 

 05:25. Sunrise from the gym parking lot.

07:15.  Petey's close-up, on his first walk of the day. He pooped twice on this outing. Just FYI.

 08:15.  the Invisible Fence guy showed up.

08:17.  the Invisible Fence guy is inked - on at least both arms and legs. I saw nothing else, except his ear lobes. Big holes, clearly had taken out his 'extenders'.  ick.

10:30. Taking Petey for a stroll showing him the white flags. He's not that thrilled.

 13:00.  Knock Knock.  Who's there?  Cantaloupe.  Cantaloupe who? Cantaloupe without a ladder.

14:00.  Printed out tickets for our flight tomorrow. I don't understand why they weren't available via iPhone.

15:15.  One tired pup.

 18:45.  Petey wants in. Is it me, or does he just look so sad?


19:50.  Sunset against the house.

21:50.  The single serving of Hagen Dazs. Carmel Cone. Vanilla ice cream, some caramel and broken up pieces of sugar cone. The single serve is a little more money, but it is all about portion control. Out of a normal container, I'd take three times twice as much.

Time Unknown.  Your Baker's Dozen.
It's not all about Petey. I still have a daughter whom I adore. ...and she's damned cute too. 

5 comments:

Birdie said...

That sad look? It's cute pose #4: he's working you.

Have the kids made friends yet?

SEAN said...

If Petey isn't careful, he could have a cell phone thrown at him.

Please was you contact case - with soap! Ewwwww.

Ur-spo said...

as a dog owner, be aware - AT ALL TIMES either you are training the dog or the dog is training you. Their sad forlorn face is one of their most barbarous weopans. It evokes treats, hugs, open this door etc.
And it works every time! (at least for softies like me)

Erik Rubright said...

Aww... Sophie's all being inquisitive looking.

And how weird is it that we ended up taking pictures of a lot of the same things?

tornwordo said...

Yeah Georgie looks sad a lot too.