Friday, November 11, 2011

Sweet Annie

The young girls may be pretty to look at but it's the older ones that hold your heart. Annie is 13 and she's been holding mine for a long time!

Sigma 105/2.8 macro


Paula said...

Annie does look sweet. Bet she has a good home there with you.

A Shrimpers Daughter said...

Oh my goodness, I don't know why, but this one reminds me of my Aunt Winnie's dog, Tia! Something about the shape of her face I guess. Tia was a little fat black Chihuahua - I never ever think of Aunt Winnie without remembering Tia! I remember thinking her name was Teacup for the longest

John Ownby said...

My old dog "Lucy" is almost 12. Still healthy, but getting a bit arthritic, especially after she's chased a rabbit. I've had some really good dogs, but this one has topped them all. Seems like her only goal in life is to do whatever you ask her to do. Unfortunately, however, she's never quite grasped the change to/from daylight savings time. I even show her the clock when I change it, but she just doesn't quite get it. Guess she'll wake me up again in the morning at 5am to go outside. Dogs are great!

shutterflycutie said... need to post the babies more often. I didn't realize Annie's face had gotten so white! They are so precious, especially when they are hand picked for you by a friend. Grace, I think it is her expression here that reminds you of Tia, and the way hermuzzle is all white. Tia was like 15 when she died. And I too always think of them together.

Anonymous said...

What a sweetheart, you both are so blessed to have each other! ~Wendy