This is a close-up of the terrain on Lucy’s back and hip.
Faye and I spent some time on the beach today. Not much time because we did not have sunblock. We expected the water to be chillier than it was.
It was good to get out like this, and good to see so many people out enjoying themselves.
I smile when looking at Lucy’s flipped-back ears.
I am so glad they were not cropped to make them stand up by whomever owned her when she was young.
Of all flowers, Johnny Jump-ups are one of my favourites. We are blessed to have them in abundance.
A good dog toy can be as simple as an empty juice bottle. Bonus: it crackles and crumples most satisfyingly.
Our ball girl Lucy was very briefly distracted by a bird in the neighbours’ yard.
Our Redbud tree was in glorious bloom. We are blessed to have such a lovely sight in our yard.
Starting another day, the sun blazes into view to start another day.
A fingernail moon rides high in the early morning sky.
Lucy sat-stayed long enough for me to capture a good image. I think this captures the fact that she can be a very serious and intense dog.