Pax, my son’s dog
“What’s going on? Are you taking me for a walk or not?”
Color Your World – Brick Red
you neither chirp nor tweet.
Your laughter is much like mine,
my cackle is much like thine.
We are two sister souls,
one clad in feathers,
the other in clothes.
~ Irina ~
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So cute… I bet you took it for a walk, am I right?… 🙂
Happy week ahead., dear Irina… Much love. Aquileana 😀
He’s a very nice dog. My son took him for a walk…Thanks for dropping by, dear Aquileana. Hugs ❤ Irina
Mais que fais-je par ici
Me serais-je perdu
Mais non ça y est je me rappelle
Je venais te dire bonsoir
Te souhaiter une belle soirée
Après une petite halte chez toi
Je vais continuer mon trajet
Je te fais une bise d’amitié
Merci Bernard. Bisous d’amitie. 🙂
Nice to meet you Pax!You are so cute and lovable,my boy!Bet you had a great time with Sasha and Irina!
What a lovely response to the challenge,dear Irina!Your son’s dog is really adorable,love his posture and his begging stare!Great timing and share!Sending you love & hugs for the day 🙂 ❤ xxx
Pax was six months in this photo last year. He’s still very cute and playful. Unfortunately, I don’t get to see him often enough. 😦
Oh,he was a puppy then and now a frolicsome young man ! How nice,dear Irina!Animals give us so much 🙂 xxx
🙂 ❤ Oh yes.
I gladly tweet it away :)))))) ❤
Thanks a lot, dear Doda. 🙂 xxx
🙂 ❤ xxx
Great response to the challenge ‘Brick Red’. The tiled floor is very effective. I love Pax’s expression . . . hopeful and expectant all at once. It would be so difficult to say ‘no’ to him! 🙂
Thanks, Millie. He’s a lovely dog.
LOL! Dogs have so much personality! What a cutie.
He is great fun. Unfortunately, I don’t get to see him often.