Thursday, February 19, 2009

lessons - two

There are times when it is worth it to venture off the path in front of you into unknown, unchartered territory...



...you just may find something joyful there.

18 comments:

Mildred said...

What a gleeful expression you captured and the movement too. I love this.

Jan said...

She always looks so happy when outside and running!

Emma Rose said...

Sophie is obviously a very happy girl. You always capture the real essence of her spirit. Thanks for sharing her with us.

Joanne said...

I love these lessons from Sophie. When we're tuned in to our animals, they have so very much to share with us.

gigi said...

Now, I really believe in lesson #2. What a fun picture.

T said...

Very nice picture. She looks so happy and free!

Hilary said...

Lesson #2 could also be "Walk tall and carry a big stick." ;)

Far Side of Fifty said...

She found a really big stick too! Great photo..I love the way her eyes are on you..and she is SO proud:)

Tom and Tama-Chan said...

Nice lesson and beautiful shot of Sophie!

Barry said...

That's one of the prime tenants of exploring. GO SOPHIE!!

Sharon said...

Sophie is such a good teacher! Next, she needs to write a book:)

Katherine Aucoin said...

This is one lesson I like to live by. Sophie looks so carefree in this picture. Our neighbors just got a 7 week old minature schnauzer (sp?) and named her Sophie, I thought of you.

Natashya said...

What a happy puppy! So full of life.

Neas Nuttiness said...

Can't wait for more pictures!

uought2b.a.dog said...

You always have great photos! Wish I could let Shamu off the leash to run around like that!!

Neil Bytes said...

Sophie looks like she is having fun.

Pam said...

Seeing pictures of Sophie makes me happy!

Oz Girl said...

From the little bit I have read of your blog, I love your earnest writing and your photos. As I have two Australian Shepherds (one with a bit of Border Collie in her!), your blog initially grabbed me because of Sophie. I absolutely love this shot of her and the one in your header where she is looking down the path!