Saturday, January 14, 2012

Our Maggi


Maggi drove with us from St. Paul, Minnesota to Santa Fe, New Mexico, her second trip here. She is very adaptable and is a good traveler.  She likes to sneak on the couch and the cushion we brought along is not as comfortable as her dog bed at home, which we should have here instead of this puny little thing.  But, she looks comfortable enough!

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22 comments:

  1. each time we got a new bed for our beloved old canine companion, we would have to sit on it and wiggle our bottoms all over it before she'd use it. once it had our scent on it she'd let us know, just as maggi is doing in this image, how grateful she was for the gift.

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  2. Your furry little girl Maggi seems content and her expression makes her look in deep thought. A beautiful girl!

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  3. A comfy companion... that's a good thing.

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  4. Maggie is not a critter ... she is a furbaby!!! She looks happy all curled up.

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  5. I think Maggi would be at home any place you are.

    Julie's mother's dog has had acute separation anxiety when she is left alone in the new house to which Glenda moved last summer.

    The dog (a white boxer) was not used to being alone because in Glenda's old house Julie's grandmother was there with a caretaker whenever Glenda went out, but Julie's grandmother is now in a care home.

    We now have a dog bed in our home so Glenda can drop the dog off with us at times so the dog won't be home alone.

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  6. Maggi is adorable! My dog prefers the love seat! She sleeps on a puffy bed of two folded comforters on my floor at night...

    My CC

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  7. Just look at those expressive eyes! Dogs have their way of telling us just what they think about things.

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  8. Your Maggie looks so cute and comfy. Great capture of your critter.

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  9. She looks content with her new environment.

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  10. Maggi looks quite comfy! How wonderful that she's a good traveler. I'm sure it's as great for her to be with you as it is for you to have her!

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  11. Maggi has lovely eyes, such a beautiful little dog.

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  12. Maggi is an absolute doll. So very precious.

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  13. Lovely portrait, I see she enjoys her rest now...

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  14. Maggi looks to be a wonderful friend and companion. We miss our Golden so much. You're fortunate to have her!

    Re your question on The Villages: I don't think the people who run The Villages want folks messing with lines, bait, dead fishies, etc. on the boardwalk. Plus, fishing would probably attract alligators which they try to discourage.

    And you wouldn't want to eat the fish you caught there anyway!

    Have a great weekend!

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  15. Sweet little fur face. They say so much with their eyes and ears, don't they? This is one of those "keeper" portraits.

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  16. Maggi looks like a wonderful pet. Looks like her ears are perked up? Maybe she heard the bag of treats being opened.

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  17. Maggi seems pretty content there. You have a nice looking dog. And, a mellow personality is what one wants in a dog.

    There was only one statue yesterday, with its back to to a mirror that takes up an entire wall. I shot it without a flash to avoid extraneous reflections, and then I cropped it fairly tight to strip out most everything except the front and back of the statue. Thanks for inquiring.

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  18. She has such a cute little pink nose!

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  19. She looks quite cosy! And such a sweet face. :D

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