Wordless Wednesday Posted on October 21, 2015 by Debbie Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine. ~Anthony J. D’Angelo, The College Blue Book Related
Gorgeous Dallas! How fine you are looking, my dear fellow. Terry send his best to you and your lovely human creature too, of course 😀
Why, thank you, Miss Lucy! Tell Terry ‘Hi’ for me, and I hope the wind doesn’t ruffle his furs like it’s doing mine!
Terry seems unconcerned with the wind and is enjoying rolling in the fallen leaves! Something I am sure you love too.
I love the sound the leaves make when I shuffle through them on walkies with Mom!!
What a looker!
Gee, thanks, Miss Cindy. You’re kind to say so!
And there is your sunshine.
I try, Mr. John. I really do. Helps having been born with a Sheltie Smile!!
This made me smile. He looks like he’s got his sunshine going on 🙂
Why, thank you, Miss Janna! I smile a LOT, and that makes Mama happy!
I can’t get over what a handsome lad he is. Of course he’s always walking on sunshine!
Thank you, Miss Linda. Did you notice the “spent” chrysanthemum heads on the grass? Mama took her shears after them in hopes of getting them all to bloom again. What do think the odds are of that, ha?!
He’s a star! 😀
Heh, Heh, I do try, FF! Thanks for stopping by and I hope my smile brightened your Wednesday!
Dallas! That’s a good looking chap, right there.
Thank you, kind Professor! Do your doggies smile the way we Shelties smile? We can’t help it, you know. We’re just grinning sacks of fur!!
They do! They love smiling.
Really? That’s very cool, you know! I don’t run across many beasts of their breed, so I wouldn’t know. Thanks for cluing me in!
Absolutely! You’d love them to many deaths. I do wonder what Dallas would make of them, though…
He likes BIG doggies, so he’d be fine — especially if they let him herd them! And they could tug on a rope together and race each other to chase a ball….
Oh yes! They’d love that.
Dallas beams his very own sunshine. What a gorgeous head of hair. Or is mane the correct word? 😉
Why, thank you, Miss Monica! Mom calls it a “ruff” — more accurately, I think it’s referred to as a full Irish ruff, meaning the white goes all around my neck. (Sorry if that’s more than you wanted to know!)
Why Dallas, I had no idea. In any case, you and your ruff look mighty handsome. Mighty handsome, indeed!