Happy St. Patrick’s Day ~ By Tom, Audrey and Emma ~

Happy St. Patrick’s Day. http://www.usathroughoureyes.com

Tom, Audrey and Emma bid you a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

    • usathroughoureyes

      HI Dennis. I’m glad ya liked the deely boppers. Kinda keeps my ears out of my eyes and the green is a nice contrast against my chocolate coat. I think I got some Irish in me somewhere in my ancestry. Woof for now.


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    Aww, how precious!! Very sweet dog 😊

    Thank you for bringing me a big smile ❤️

    Cheers to y’all!
    ~The Silent Wave Blog writer/Laina 🌟🌟

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  2. Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, MCC, SCAC

    Thanks Emma. We went to a party at my Cheers bar and I met a whole bunch of new fans. I even got introduced to Spike, a pitbull whose Dad manages the place for me. I usually bark at other dogs, but once Mom and that Dad got me to settle down, he turned out to be pretty nice.

    It was SO great that God stopped the freezing rain long enough that I could get in a walk too. It was a GREAT day! I hope you all got to do something fun.
    Woof! TINK

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      • usathroughoureyes

        LOL. Emma is so funny to watch. When we are out shooting we keep her on the leash and when we stop she calmly sits down until we are done photographing whatever it is. When we are done, we unleash her as sort of a treat and get some shots of her running and chasing the wind. If she sees us pointing the camera at her she seems to become more animated. She makes us smile. When we had our kitties they were so much more composed as if to say “we know we are beautiful so why are you taking pictures”, lol.

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      • TheresaBarker

        Oh, Emma is such a character. I love hearing about her. My son (Leslie) had dogs – Tovi, a black long-legged running dog (maybe part malamute) and Asher, a Chow-Shepherd mix. I remember he and I took Asher for a walk, maybe in the last year he was alive, and we were out on BLM land (in Central Oregon where he lived), so she was running off-leash. Suddenly she became lame in a rear leg, and it turned out she had probably strained it stopping short before a canal. She could not walk on it. We actually lugged her probably 3/4 mile over broken terraine back to the car. 70 # of dog. Leslie held the front, I held the rear – we had no pack or anything with us – and she kept licking us, as if to say, I’m sorry! I wish I could walk! She eventually recovered (although it was a while). 🙂 They were great dogs, Tovi and Asher.

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      • usathroughoureyes

        What a great story Theresa. We can just picture you two carrying Tove and Asher across the way all the while being licked. Dogs seem to exhibit their love so openly and are appreciative of everything.

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