All the men in my family like to fish. They get up at the crack of dawn and are out on the river, leaving Watson at home. But he yearns to go with his boys.via Daily Prompt: Fish
Sometimes it is easier to not face the question …should I get up or not?
May 2014 was when I first saw this little boy and knew I had to have him in my life. No second thoughts on this decision. He was a whopping 1.8 pounds and the runt of the liter. But what a face and as I discovered, what an attitude. Dogs bring so much to our lives and I am so blessed to have this one cross my path and become part of my time on this earth. He makes me smile every day. How many of you have that special companion in your life? I know you feel the same…blessed, with no second thoughts.
We have been out in East Texas visiting our wonderful Aunt Ju Ju on her farm. But glad to be back in the city.
Trust me…it was fun.
Subdued? Not Watson. Opinionated is the correct verb. I just told him we were playing Ole Miss today. Goodness. Go Hogs Go!via Daily Prompt: Subdued
Not a candle blowing in the wind, but something is in the air!
Some times I wonder if I could love a human any more than I love this puppy. But then I realize he is human to me. He is my child. He keeps me warm at night and makes me want to get up and moving in the morning. Watson is my 4th schnauzer that I have been lucky enough to have in my life, each one having their own personality and bringing their own special bounce into my life. But this boy is different. He has selective hearing, tunnel vision, and to say the least, a mind of his own. Once I thought he was deaf, but no. He just listens when he wants to hear. Maybe autistic? I doubt that as well. He is Watson. To say he has me wrapped around his little paw is an understatement. Watson is a little over 2 years old, but he will always be my puppy.
Visiting the lake wore all of us out. But love Arkansas.