waiting, impatiently


Staying dry while waiting
on Broadway outside Hale & Hearty Soup

33 comments:

  1. Now this is one I would rescue, or give a rain coat, or a crust of bread or a hug, or a smooch, or just a sit down and visit with.

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  2. Me too! I'd stand over him/her until someone came along to claim. Then I would politely inquire as to how they could do such a thing to a friend. How sad is that? And he/she looks so old & wise. How can an owner do that?

    You know, there really are no bad dogs. Only bad dog owners. My neighbor is a bad dog owner because their damned dog woke me up at 8:00 AM this morning. New Year's Day. I gave up after an hour of trying to return to sleep in the midst of a barking dog.

    He/she was probably barking at Felicia, lol.

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  3. The look of wisdom in this old dog's eye says he knows exactly where his master is and will only go home with him. He's content! We should be so loved and content!

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  4. Awww what a beautiful face and I agree that he looks content.

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  5. what a sweety - he/she knows the drill xxo

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  6. What a sweetie, just the sort of friend to have around.

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  7. I hope he didn't have to wait too long in the wet?

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  8. Oh, Daryl, he looks cold! Where is HIS soup?

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  9. This one looks so much like Haley! What a wonderful animal!

    Hope you are doing well. Thanks for your kind comments!

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  10. Ok, that does it. I'm claiming that guy as my own. It's official!

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  11. There is always a special place in my heart for the puppies with the white faces, and this one has a little extra something. It appears I'm not the only one who wants him/her!

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  12. I hope his owners saved some soup to share. It looks like this dog's patience is wearing thin!

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  13. that sidewalk must be cold and damp. Poor baby!

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  14. I think he is waiting on some
    soup with a side order of animal crackers.

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  15. Please tell me that is NOT the same dog from last week! I think he needs new people--fast!

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  16. That dog is fine. The owners are gonna have to wipe off his paws, though. :)

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  17. That's a "good" pet owner for you. Let's take the dog for a walk and then tie him to a pole in the freezing rain while we step inside and have a nice lunch! Geeesh
    V

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  18. I would like a Hale & Hearty Soup, please. It's a good day for it.

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  19. He looks very concerned. Such a beautiful face. I hope he didn't have long to wait.

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  20. So patient and still. Molly wouldn't be as calm waiting for me.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  21. What a sweetheart and so patient too. I'd love to cuddle with he/she.

    Happy New Year!!!

    XXXXXX

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  22. He looks a little chilly, but I know he has his winter coat on....and reality is just fine =)

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  23. I guess he's used to this kind of thing, but still. It's one thing when you dash in for a minute to pick up a racing form or something, quite another when you sit down to lunch with your buddy waiting alone out in the rain/snow/whatever.

    I hope this isn't the same guy as last week. Or if it is that this is the same batch of photos and it's just another angle.

    Not cool.

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  24. There's a big heart in a dog with eyes like that.

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  25. I give up - where's your signature on this one??

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