Tuesday, February 26, 2008

dr. dachshund


dr. dachshund, originally uploaded by gawdessness.

When I don't feel that good, I still pretty much have to do the things that have to be done and rest a lot in between.

One of our wire haired dachshunds feels it is her personal duty to cuddle with the sick person for the entire day if need be.

It probably confuses her that I sink onto the couch and sleep for an hour or so and then get up, leave the house for a while and then come back and repeat the process.

Tomorrow I hope I feel better.

shutter 1/10, Canon 30d, exp. bias -0.33,18mm focal length, iso 100

9 comments:

Karin said...

Hope you feel better soon!

jo(e) said...

I know that feeling. And that photo captures it so well!

I hope you feel better soon.

concretegodmother said...

i heart your dachsund. my golden retriever is kind of big to snuggle on the couch with, but he does come over and snudge me with his cold, wet nose, or drip his drinking water on me. much wellness to you today. i feel ya'.

Ampersand said...

I hope today is better too.

The shot really does communicate so well. And what a good dog!

Scrivener said...

Hope expressing the feeling in such a cool photo works some mojo on the germs & you feel better soon.

Yankee, Transferred said...

Well, I hope you do, too, but your illness makes for a wonderful photograph!

Kunoichi said...

Hope you're feeling better soon!

*sigh* I envy you your dogs. ;-D Lovely picture!

Sandy said...

So sorry you're not feeling well - hope you're feeling better soon. Your picture really captures the feeling well. And what a sweet doggie!

Sharon said...

It's amazing how empathetic and intuitive a dog can be. I used to take my dogs to the nursing home when my Grandmother was still with us. To see them change from rambunctious, rowdy animals to suddenly becoming the most gentle, well-behaved - it was amazing.

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