waiting, impatiently

This is Haley.
She belongs to Jacob & Lois Anne
of the photoblogs Ocala Daily Photo and The Villages Daily Photo
( as well as 2 other,I think)
I asked Jacob who is the mouthpiece of the couple,
Lois Anne is the photographer,
to tell me what to say about Haley and here's what he said:
Well, she never barks, but she thinks a lot...
In this case she's probably wondering where that damn squirrel went
which she fully intended to chase up a tree.
Or she could be considering the building thunderclouds.
She does not like thunder and lightning.
More than likely she's replaying her evening meal in her head
as this is the best part of her day.


If you like this photo of Haley, please go tell Lois Anne after all she took the photo

31 comments:

  1. OH she is precious. What a sweet girl. You had me at 'no bark'.
    (mine are behaving much better now, though)

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  2. She is just beautiful. She should be encouraged to talk more. Keeping it all inside can become a problem.

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  3. beautiful portrait of a beautiful animal...

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  4. she's a lovely dogkid ^..^
    beautiful coat color.
    and no, she is probably thinking, why do they insist on taking pics of me...lol

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  5. Haley is beautiful and Miss Winnie Dixon sends her best regards.

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  6. She is regal, stands gracefully, and I love her coat.

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  7. she does look like she's thinking
    she has a beautiful, kind face
    and I love the way her shaggy, funky hairdo makes her legs look shorter than they are - she knows how to dress

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  8. Such a beautiful, sweet, well-groomed Lady (friends of mine have a Golden Retriever named "Lady Green")!

    Our dachshund also barks rarely, mostly when the upstairs neighbor's dog snoops by our door too closely, a serious trespass. ;-)

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  9. She is a stately looking lady.
    Reminds me of the Queen viewing the a match at Wimbledon. Thanks for the intro.

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  10. I have a Goldena but mine barks all the time.

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  11. Love the description, Daryl. It was a good idea to find out what she was thinking! I'll go visit Lois now...

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  12. Yes, I'm sure "Manhattanhenge" will work at 79th Street if it's unobstructed all the way to the River... Let me know what happens, Daryl! :)

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  13. Jacob has hidden this lovely creature from us. Haley is gorgeous and looks like a great companion.

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  14. She´s gorgeous. I'll pop over another time - I´m awol right now! teehee

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  15. What a precious face! And I'd love any dog that didn't bark much...

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  16. She's just beautiful. She reminds me of the dog that I had growing up.

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  17. I love that dog!!! I also thank you for sending your French friend who lives nearby to my Paris Blog. We go to rue Mouffetard every day for wine , of course, and other delights. Thank you for your nice comments and come on back!
    V

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  18. may I say, I'm not a huge dog person, but I could love this dog - :)

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  19. this is a very nice and cute dog .. I love thinking dogs ! ;-)

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  20. Another "Waiting, Impatiently" shot. SWEET.

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  21. What a beauty! She looks positively regal, like she's surveying her domain.

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  22. Halley is quite the beauty. I'll have to remember to go tell the photographer. I'm rushing, rushing, at the moment but what a beautiful dog.

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  23. My hamster waits impatiently for sunflower seeds.. Should I take a picture of him?...damn.. I still need to get that card reader! :) I love this series that you do Daryl!

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  24. Adorable ;--)
    I recognize this look because my Labrador Retriever Molly wears it often!
    Hugs and blessings,

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