Brandy Day266: Paw Prints On Our Hearts

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We all know how I feel about my puppies. I think I speak for all ‘dog parents’, they are our world. They are not our ‘dogs’, they are out kids. We treat them as such, love them as such, talk to them (they understand us) and spoil them in such a way that non dog owners think ‘we’ are insane. A girlfriend of mine jumped on the dog bandwagon about 5 months ago. Not that long ago she looks at me and says, ‘B I get it.’ I was confused, ‘Get what?!’ ‘I get the love & loyalty. I get the happiness and joy. I get ‘hype’ of loving a dog.’ I could only smile and nod in response.
Yes, puppy stages are rough. The training, the frustration, the energy. Yes they track mud and dirt through out the house. Hair is always on something, & cleaning up after them is never ending. They can be expensive, they can’t tell you what’s wrong when there is an issue. Though the moment they make you laugh, remember what you’ve taught them, curl up beside you, lay at your feet in peace & vow to never leave your side when you need them the most, those are the moment you realize why you wouldn’t have it any other way

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Brandy Day70: Perfect Ending

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I love this kid!!! Tuesdays can seem forever long but I know that when I get off work and get home she’s waiting on me. Regardless of my day, she’s jacked to see me and cuddle!
I have the greatest, most loyal friend!

Chandler Day 9: The Monsters Inside

DSC00569[1]I spent the majority of my day laying around reading a book called¬†The October Country,¬†by Ray Bradbury. It’s a collection of his short stories. I really enjoy reading his work and this one has not disappointed. The stories I’ve read so far have had an element of horror in them, though it’s very subtle. I really enjoy his style of horror. It basically is him taking a look at what’s inside of us all. He looks at the monsters inside people and exposes them in his stories. I think that is what’s so great about his writing. He made people look at themselves. So I decided to turn the camera on myself and take this self-portrait. I think it’s kind of eerie and I thought it summed up the stories that I had read.