Wet Dog

Normally, I live inĀ  in Los Angeles, but for this summer I was offered a job in Asheville, NC and jumped at the chance to be in my hometown for a few months. Instead of leaving our dog, Honey, in LA with Chase where she would probably spend most of her time lounging on our couch alone in the apartment, I made the decision to drive across the country so she could come with me. If at any point I had questioned my decision to do so, it was erased completely when I took her over to my grandmother’s property to visit her backyard pond. For a good 10 minutes all Honey could think to do was run. Everywhere, all at once. She would run in one direction until she almost ran into things, and since that worked out so well she immediately would turn and do the same thing in another direction.

Then, to prove how impressive of a canine specimen she is, Honey spent a few minutes leaping over random objects that could have easily been avoided.

And then, oh heavens, she finally gave some attention to the pond.

This is her swimming for no particular reason. Not because I threw a stick, or she was chasing ducks, but because swimming in a pond just feels awesome.

Honey is not realizing at this moment that she will undoubtedly be getting a bath later, but I don’t think she cares.

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7 Thoughts on “Wet Dog

  1. Michael on May 17, 2011 at said:

    Just wait until you guys get back to LA and she will have a backyard she can visit and frolic in!! PLAYDATES!!!!!

  2. Bonnie on May 17, 2011 at said:

    She is adorable!

  3. Marie on May 17, 2011 at said:

    is that the same dog? I have never seen her so active!

  4. Robbie on May 17, 2011 at said:

    You sure can learn a lot from a dog, especially about how to have fun!

  5. Lauren on June 9, 2011 at said:

    There are so many places she will just love. I swear Asheville is one of the most beautiful places on earth!

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