Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow. It’s what sunflowers do.
― Helen Keller
You’ve got to love these happy flowers. They’re blooming all over now.
I shot this video of my dog, Patrón, running maniacally through the living room. It’s kind of a noisy video and it’s not of very good quality. I was using the iPhone because that’s what I had handy when she burst into all that crazy energy. In the background, you can hear Red Hot Chili Peppers’ California, playing. And then, of course, I got to laughing pretty hard.
I’m laughing now as I review the video. She has been such a source of entertainment for me. I have videos in which she speaks to me and when she realizes I’m not planning to respond, she speaks louder with a more earnest look in her eyes while she shifts from left to right to left front foot. Eventually she barks. I’ll have to post one of those.
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