Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Puppy Weeks

There are times it's good to visit the good old days. This would seem to be just such. As I'm saying more and more often, I'm tired of politics. Some days there is so much to comment on it's overwhelming. Today would seem to be just such.

I've been spending some free time scanning a multitude of dog photos into my computer. One day I'll burn a disc, or a series of discs, documenting the lives of all our dogs. It's fun going back and remembering; with Bacchus it's bittersweet because his leaving is still so recent.

I would suppose there are more people out there who are dog lovers who would rather watch the emergence of the life of a dog than read my opinions. It has been fun seeing what you can do with stills rather than video. Actually, while still a newbie, I'm better with the stills.

So today, in recognition of the beginning of fall, I present the beginning of Bacchus's life. The Puppy Weeks. With a Saint that's all you get. Weeks! They grow so fast. If you're inclined, take a few minutes and enjoy.


Anonymous said...


Linda said...

I watched this yesterday somewhere, perhaps on Facebook?

I really enjoy watching Bacchus and your work is helping you through the grief process.

As the owner of a 9 pound dog I'm really fasinated with one the size of Baccus.

Keep up your work and show us more.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, Mari, he was so adorable -- all of his life! I know so well just how much you miss him! Thanks for sharing these, love them all. Look forward to the next installment!


Anonymous said...

Hello !
I'm french, I'm 17 years old, and I study English at school. And in my English book, we speak about you and your blog. I think that's very original to whrite all your thoughs in a blog, and I think you've got a quality writing. You have to go on !

Margie's Musings said...

He's darling dog, Mari. I know how much you miss him.

cconz said...

Mari, What a wonderful idea. the video of pictures are precious. I miss jimi every day. You have to do what you can to remember. Very cool about the french boy!!!