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ABC Wednesday - M is for ..

ME and MY shadow!

Our beloved Pippa
earlier this evening
seating not so patiently 
while we eat our chicken dinner!

For the home of ABC Wednesday, go to Mrs Nesbitt's Place.

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  1. Aw, I know that look. My Daisy gives it to me all the time. Great shadow shot.

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  2. Ah, I know that look, too! Both Sam and my son's dog, Mojo! Can't eat a meal without them following every fork full! Great photo!

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  3. Every dog owner knows that look. Although they can appear to not care or even know what's going on, you KNOW that should something drop on the floor, they're right there! lol

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  4. Ours is bigger, dumber and worse behaved! Yours is cute.

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  5. Oh, she looks so lovely :) (did you slip her some chicken when no on e was looking?!)

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  6. Of course!!

    Not much just a morsel to stave off the drooling!

    Three christmas' ago, she had the turkey before we had a second helping. She also ripped the bin to bits looking for a carcass...a severe infection and luckily no surgery, it took her several expensive weeks to recover!

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  7. Oh what a lovely dog! Our dog, Guinness (no longer with us), used to sit patiently making a puddle of drool on the kitchen floor whilst we ate. LOL

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  8. Oh what a sweet face and so well behaved ..

    Hope you are feeling better

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  9. AWwwwwwwwww I love this...Hope you have a wonderful day thanks for the post! : )

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  10. This is an absolutely lovely photo! Dogs are the most fascinating people.

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  12. Aww ... did she get the scraps? I hope so!

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  13. Love this. Perfect pose and choice for the letter M.

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  14. I keep missing your posts, Saz - Darn the blasted office - I managed 3 full days this week - Wish I didn't have to go back full time - Too much fun and frolics to be had playing around with you, here and there!

    What a delightful woozle Pippa is - So intent and intelligent! Hope you are still enjoying the peace there, my lovely friend... x

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  15. Drop by my blog to see another dog called Pippa who sends lots of greetings to your cute canine!

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  16. What a cutie! I love this shot of her with her shadow :)

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Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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