we move to canada
I feel like singing, "Ebony and Ivory...."That is BTW, one of the first American pop song I was introduced to (translated, because at the time I did not know a word of English).I thought, wow..American pop culture has some meaning and depth. Little did I know...
It makes me think of Spy vs. Spy. Except instead of trying to kill each other, they're engaged in an epic battle for custody of The Stick.(Aside: I wonder why when big dogs carry around big sticks, they never hold them in the middle? They always hold them off to one side.)
They look like they are having fun despite the cold (and they seem to both love sticks..)
I had the same thought as David, and now I can't get that damn song out of my head :)Lovely pictures, Laura!
Thanks, Crabbi! And I'm still chuckling over David thinking American pop culture was deep. :)they're engaged in an epic battle for custody of The Stick.It is indeed an epic and ongoing struggle, one that demands continual vigilance and monumental perseverance. :)They look like they are having fun despite the coldThey adore the cold! Cody rolls around in the snow 10 times a day. You're walking her on the leash and suddenly you feel a tug, dead weight, you turn around and she's on her back, writhing on an un-shoveled sidewalk.
I wonder why when big dogs carry around big sticks, they never hold them in the middle?I often wonder this too. I have two dogs, one really likes carrying sticks, and even though she has to work much harder to carry it that way, she only ever grabs it near the end.L: Awesome pics! Playing with Tala must be such fun -- for Cody and for you and Allan.
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