That first picture is definitely ME these days. (Big butt included but more figuratively than literally)
Cute pics of your dog, and an excellent message.
That is one tricky lizard... My daughter would have been right there with your dog... chasing the impossible lizard.
Great advice, Kim!Although I would have a hard time reaching for that lizard...not a fan of reptiles....
Superior message Kim! and ummm, I'd say your butt does NOT look big in that photo; funny? yes, but big; NO!
I think your horse dog might be first cousin to our Jake the Lizard hunter. adorable rear if i might say so and it does not look to big. just right for me
LOL Oh, too funny! With a great message! Thanks, sweetie!
Well said Kim!! With faith, family and friends, nothing is really out of reach. Sometimes we just need to work harder than others to grasp "the impossible"...
LOL... my "version" of these pictures: running around in my appartment desperately looking for something and then to find it.... in my hands :o)
ooh yuck! We don't get lizards up here in New England. But, we do get snow!
Blessings Kim! Great message and beautiful dog! We learn so many lessons from our furry friends.So we must reach for the impossible, huh? Hoping I'm seeing the things in plain sight so I don't miss out on anything I'm suppose to be learning! Dogs on Thursdays would love this!(maybe they are not doing it anymore it's been so long for me).Enjoy your lizard hunter! My little female dogs loves to chase iguanas and lizards too! As long as she keeps them out of my house, I'm OK.
SO cute! We have 3 dogs, and they are relentless!
Those little lizards are so cute! Do you have many? Does he kill them?
If I were there I would be running in the opposite direction...big butt and all! BLessings, Joanne
Hahaha...Oh I liked this post!!! SO good:)))))
Kim love those pictures. Thank you for your encouragement. Blessings.
This is cute. Reminds me of a dog we once had. There was a squirrel in the yard and she was crouched down a few feet away watching intently and waiting of her chance to pounce. She was so engrossed in watching the squirrel that she never saw the second one running back and forth behind her.Blessings,Joan
Just love this post.
Ha!! Now that is one cheeky lizard!!HugsSueAnn
Ha! That is so cute!
Our small dachshund can never catch the lizards, but the cats do!!!Hope you have a nice weekend.
The pictures are so perfect for your thoughts! We do fail to see things right under our noses, don't we?!
good way to remind us of how life is, & that everybody deals with it!
Hey! That is soooo true! Good post!!Have a nice weekend!xxooDeborah
Love this post!
Oh that is so darling that you got in on camera! The antics of a pet are THE BEST...of course, so is the message! Thanks for visiting the Hollow!...:)JP
Good one. I love the point. Gets me in trouble some time, but I keep pushing.Nicole
Kim -This is so cute! I love your horse, um, dog. :)God bless!Dean
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