Saturday, April 04, 2020

Message of Hope

I am just going on record that this Shelter in Place (which has been extended here in Ohio to May 1st, just as I predicted) is working to your advantage when it comes to Sophie and Shep shots.

When / If we ever go back to working in offices, the animals will have a hard adjustment, but I dare say - so will you.

More signs of hope from our neighbors.

Soph, lounging next to 710's work station. 

At almost 14, she's still playful with strings, even when attached to Dad #2. 

Walk around a neighborhood lake at lunch. 
Look at my cap, Spo !

Dog on a log. 
Sunday hike. Lots of mud, and wet leaves......on a steep descending slope. And I didn't fall !!

....later that same day.......

One tired pooch. 

One tired kitty. 

710's supervision team. 

Message of hope.  Shep seems to be unconcerned. 

Song by: Devo


anne marie in philly said...

a great collection this week! the last one - we need reminders. we too are on lockdown until 5/1/20. ugh.

Bob said...

Love the signs and sidewalk paintings.
And, as always, Shep and Sophie.

I told Carlos the same thing about our animals not being happy when the world returns to as close to normal as it will.

Deedles said...

My fingers always itch to pet Shep's nose. It's a sick obsession! I love it when dogs sleep on their backs. When my little Cujo is in that position he's generally in a coma. It is the cutest thing.

Raybeard said...

I want to go to town writing about these BEAUTIFUL pics but can't because........difficulties. But I really appreciate seeing the, thanks.

Ur-spo said...

You wore that cap just to annoy me you did.