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Is it a walk day?

I get this hopeful look until I say the words “want to go for a walk?”. And then Vika follows me everywhere doing little circles, toenails clattering on the wood floors, until we go.

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I started blogging in an effort to keep the old brain cells alive. I'm writing a fantasy series, I take more MOOCs than I can handle, and am trying to get my Nikon D3000 off auto. I live in Victoria, Australia, with my husband and our dog, Vika.

5 thoughts on “Is it a walk day?

  1. What the devil is it about these little creatures that makes them so endearing ? Their size ? Their colour ? Their wanting to please ? Maybe their wanting to be spoiled ? 😉
    Whatever it is, their owners are besotted with ’em, and vice versa.
    Well that’s all you need !!! 😀

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  2. It is the unconditional love they give, I think, that makes them lovable in return. I’ve grown up with dogs, but I always called myself a cat person until this marriage. I’m pretty sure Mr R hates cats, I had three when I came here. They were certainly not allowed on the bed, nor even in the house much. Nothing like a cat purring nestled against one. I was surprised how well I took to having a little dog — she was actually only for an outside dog as companian to a blue heeler. She had other ideas and divided her time indoors and out. We let her sleep inside one thundery night and the next night she banged persistently on all doors, for hours non-stop, until we let her in. Max, the heeler, loved her too.
    🙂

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  3. OMG, she is precious, wonderful photo of her that captures her personality it seems. My dog also likes to spin and spin but that’s usually reserved for being served her dinner. Although when she wants to walk she looks at me expectant then comes over in front of me and stretches. They’re so cute. Glad to hear she’s inside and loving lots! She looks pretty irresistible (I’m a dog person myself, grew up with big dogs).

    Thanks for sharing this one too!

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