It's Sunday Morning ..
Here on the East Coast (or was a few hours ago). Every so often I head over to Dunkin to pick up coffee and sweets for my wife and I. Pepper LOVES to go for rides in the car or Jeep, so he did not hesitate to get his little legs moving when the offer was extended to "Go For A Ride"! He was a bit on the lazy day gloomy side anyhow. He needed it.
Mr Gloomy .. but with a spark of curiosity in his eye
So the offer was extended to Pepper..
I Am Walking Out Of Dunkin ..
To the following scene .. Pepper quietly sitting on the center console waiting for his daddy's return. He kept his eyes fixed on the store the whole time I was in there. He used to get sort of anxious in the past, but since he has gotten used to this and knows I am coming back with goodies, he tolerates the separation. He's just so stinkin cute sitting in there!
He will tend to get slightly aggressive and bark furiously if someone, other than me, would approach the Jeep.
See his tiny head there in the middle?
I pause for a moment to document his cuteness ..
Coffees and goodies in hand, I struggle to capture the moment before he decides to run over to the window to see why it's taking so long to open the door. Sorry for all the reflection, but its sort of cool on it's own. I think my head lines up almost perfectly with his. haha...
We Start Heading Home ..
The Coffee Is Gone Now ..
Pepper is quite happy and Molly is happy that she didn't have to endure any trips in the Jeep. It's loud and rough in there and usually ends up with a stop at the groomer or veterinarian. Everything is right as rain and I am again perked and peppy from all of the coffee now in my belly. Your good Molly..no need to worry. No more rides until next weekend :-)
The Look Of 'I Mean Business' ..
Also know as the look of a dog that need a bath and a haircut .. Shhhhhhhh... Don't say anything or she'll just start shaking again ;-)
“Money can buy you a fine dog, but only love can make him wag his tail.” -Kinky Friedman
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About Me ~ The Artist
My art work incorporates a wide variety of subject matter, including landscape, seascape, cityscape, and still life images. My works are the product of a continuing process of exploration through which I seek to portray personal and visionary interpretations of my surroundings. My paintings are impressions of places and events from everyday life, an interpretation of my imagination, and personal responses to what I see and feel on a daily basis. More recently I have invested generous amounts of time into my landscape painting. I am surrounded by natural and man made beauty, which inherently presents itself in the tri-state area, and almost demands that I paint it.
Not everything is art. Art is not everything, but it comes close. Art is everywhere and all the time. Art makes you experience the beauty of the world, the people in it, and the places we call home. Art itself is so influential that it can tell stories, show feelings, and express passion or fury. Art exists in addition to language; expression of sensations and thoughts, revealing a way of thinking too subtle and delicate for words.
For me art requires love, honesty and perseverance. In return, it reveals some personal, non-analyzable, and creative untamed passion. For the public, art with its magnificent beauty, improves mood and health and builds better human beings and communities. It engages the intellect, softens the heart, strengthens the soul and frees the spirit.