I took my first picture of this man and his dog in 2017, on one of my first trips to San Miguel de Allende. Since then I have seen them, always together, an invisible bond connecting the two. No leash, no commands, just an unspoken understanding between this man and his dog.
I found some examples of old and new in my archives to fit into the Weekly Prompts Photo Challenge. See much more at https://weeklyprompts.com/2019/04/27/photo-challenge-old-and-new/. A new baby goose swims with older mentors. A new friend formal an old dog … Continue reading Old and New, Not Borrowed or Blue
I wrote this post just before Chico was ripped from my life a week ago, and I had no idea I would be facing the prospect of acquiring another canine companion. I changed the perspective to past tense to fit the current situation. A friend wrote after reading my column about the new intrusion in… Continue reading My Next Dog will be My Age
Is this an ending or a beginning, or both? Waving goodbye to family members backing out of my driveway, I felt the tension and relief ooze from my shoulders and back. Must be the way that last dollop of toothpaste feels when it’s squeezed from a rolled and twisted tube. Starting with the death of… Continue reading I’ll See You In My Dreams
My contribution to this week’s Monday Window Challenge. I tried to introduce myself to this window guard, but he wasn’t interested in my friendly overtures! https://mondaywindow.wordpress.com/2016/11/06/monday-november-7-2016/