The change in Maigee from off-duty to on-duty is incredible and never ceases to amaze me. Sure, she still has occasional moments when she messes up, but overall, her behavior is superb. She can be so serious and yet her tail is usually wagging as she loves her job. I thought a picture of her working would be appropriate to fit this week’s theme of “This is My Serious Face.”
I took my camera along on a doctor appointment and snapped a shot of her waiting patiently under my chair. Her attention is off to the side, as she watches cars come and go from the parking lot. Compare this to the snow play day pictures from a few weeks ago, and you can see the difference between “work mode” and “play mode.”
The person who was posting the topics for the 52 Weeks of Dogs challenge has left the forum where they were being posted, so unless I decide to just randomly take pictures, this will probably be my last post.
|My sock collection has grown quite a bit since last year!|
The theme for this week’s dog photo challenge is “Favorite Toy,” which is perfect timing because one of Maigee’s favorite toys is socks and today is Crazy Sock Day! You can visit last year’s post to read a bit more about crazy sock day, or you can go to the Facebook event for the 3rd Annual Crazy Sock Day or like the Crazy Sock Day page.
|Picture for Week 4: Favorite Toy|
|My three baby bunnies thought socks made
perfect sleeping bags, warm and snuggly!
|Zac was really hoping the orange sock would
taste like carrots (he says they didn’t).
|Tyler thought he might like to play with socks.|
|Jessie thought they made perfect
ear warmers in this cold weather
|And me? Well, I’m boring and just
wore my socks like a normal human.
Here is a bonus post of pictures because they don’t fit into this week’s photo challenge, but are just too cute not to share. I got some great action pictures with Maigee while we were out playing “snow ball.” I use a bright colored whiffle ball because it usually stays on top of the snow instead of sinking in, making it easier for her to find, and the bright color make it easier for me to follow as well.