Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Looking Back

Rudy at 4 months old (January 2011)   Rosie at 6 months old (April 2013)

Looking forward, looking back
Got a long way left to go.
~Slim Dusty

27 comments:

  1. How adorable! Love that both their tails are almost identical just going separate ways!

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  2. They look similar in how they sit and where they sit. How adorable are they? No wonder they are best buddies. Kindred souls. :)

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  3. Very cute photo - love their little roly-poly puppy bodies. Rosie face is just precious.

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  4. Aw... Adorable. And the title made me chuckle!

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  5. This was a neat idea, I love the quote and pics.

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  6. Awww puppy pics are sooo precious!

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  7. Awe! They grow up so fast, don't they?

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  8. Great post! Love the quote and the pictures.

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  9. Is she smaller than he is/was? She looks it in this photo.

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    1. Good eye, Jodi! Rudy is huge. We'd had him only a couple of weeks when we laughed out loud at how fast he was growing. I need to measure him (height) so you can see that at 104 pounds he is a lean, huge, dog. Rosie? She is my midget dog! She is much, much smaller. Good idea for a blog post... thanks, Jodi!

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    2. Ah those were the young chaotic days

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  10. Aw love this! What a cute comparison photo! I really like how they are both sitting in the same spot too.

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  11. As simple as black and white, maybe.

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  12. There must be a great view from that spot! Love Dolly

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  13. What an awesome picture! Love the tails! Xo
    Chloe and LadyBug

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  14. Absolutely adorable. And I love the play on words.

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  15. Love these. I have my first chocolate Labrador retriever. She will be 8 months old on the 20th. Photos of her and her 2 old golden retriever siblings are on my blog. Aging pets seem to have been featured on my post because with two golden retrievers ages 10 and 12... time is getting shorter.

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