I’m back to the blogging scene, y’all! Matt and I have spent the last two weeks moving into our new house, and we’ve finally finished. The house is another rental, but it’s perfect for us. 3 acres for the doggies, four bedrooms (one of which will be my office), lots of window light and other great things that make this new house awesome for us. We didn’t have internet for about a week, but we finally got it up and running late last night. In between packing and unloading boxes, I’ve been editing some great photos. My latest session is of sweet Charli, one of the cutest doggies you ever did see. I seriously wanted to steal her.
When we met Charli, she was only about 6 months old and already she was attentive, well behaved and very smart. The owner got her from the Second Chance Center for Animals and boy, Charli was a great find! We think she is some kind of a Jack Russel Terrier mix. Either way, Matt and I had so much fun hanging out with her for an hour or so. And editing the photos of her had me smiling with each frame. I hope I’ll be seeing Charli again in the future.
There’s something about the eyes of an animal. When they can’t verbally communicate with us, their eyes play a huge role in their emotions and what they’re trying to convey to their humans. I can’t get enough!
Look at this darling girl! Isn’t she precious?
It’s so clear how happy she is in her new home with her new humans.
Butt in the air!
Look at how focused she is on that tennis ball. Tennis balls can be a major thing in a dog’s life, and this photo shows how smart Charli is. I don’t think she could get more focused.
I love a good, squeezable snout! Here’s a diptych of snout in focus, snout not in focus.
We fell in love with you, Charli!