|Me, striking a pose!|
I thought I'd add a little interest, you know? Oh. Did I mention that rock ledge is about 4 or 5 feet high? I think that's why Mom didn't ask me to jump up there in the first place. No problem - I climbed up from the side. Hard for Mom to do, as it's a super-steep hill, but no challenge for me!
|"Yeah, no problem, Mom! Here -- get my blue-eyed side!"|
She was worried I'd try to jump down from up there.
I had more important things to do. Like snoof through those grasses! Maybe take a little taste or two. There are all KINDS of cool things in there!!!
Anyway, Mom was happier with these shots than she was with just the grasses. Are you this helpful to your bipeds? I sure hope so.
Love the title of your post...grazing in the grass is a gas...that was a Flower Power song right? Mol
Great poses too
Hugs madi your bfff
you make everything lovlierReplyDelete
Does your mom cut them down in winter like we do here in Co.? Great shots with you and I think you make the photo much better. It started snowing this afternoon-I want it to go away, we aren't ready for it. We have trimmed all our bushes and trees and even took one big tree out so the yard is definitely ready.ReplyDelete
Have a great evening.
Noreen and Hunter
Maggie, you were just the special touch Mom needed to make those grasses even more spectacular!!!ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
You definitely made those pictures better Maggie. Your mom is lucky to have you around to help her out.ReplyDelete
Grasses? What grasses? We only see a beawootiful Sibe!ReplyDelete
WE love Grazin Grass... We call it Yard Salad. That is the TALLEST grass We have ever seen.ReplyDelete
oh yeah, you made those shots, Maggie! our mom says we are great hamper-ers as opposed to helpers...toMAYto, toMAHto...ReplyDelete
We love grazing on grass to! for us, grazin in the grass is a yak :D (on the carpet :D)
pip, minnie, hollie, sharpie, ditto, TL
Maggie those are wonderful poses for your mom!ReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
Are you a grass grazer as well Maggie? My peeps often wonder if I've got some sheep genes in me.ReplyDelete
Oh, and did I mention just how beautiful you look posing there?
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
You never know what you can find sniffing through those grasses, Maggie!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty spot. I bet you can see REALLY far from there.ReplyDelete