FRIDAY NIGHT DOG BLOG: JUST DROPS OF WATER! March 8, 2014Posted by wmmbb in DOG BLOG -.
The rain has continued. It is not really a problem. Dexter and Hannah could cope with getting bit wet. Fortunately, we did not get the hail that was forecast elsewhere.
I am sure that Dexter and Hannah have become used of been photographed. As dogs they seem to adapt to human ways. If so they recognize the species difference. What is captured by the photos is often luck. Sometimes I notice things that otherwise would have escaped my attention.
There are times when things happen for which I am not ready. Dexter and Hannah were sniffing. Then I saw what I thought was a red-bellied snake. It looked to me red and blue. I cannot say for sure that it was not a lizard. Luckily there were no consequences.
Then there was the time this week, when with a sudden impulse from the leads, I lost my footing. In my mind it must have been a spectacular move, and I recovered my balance. In that instance the time of incident was recorded with imagery.
I attempted to select the more interesting photos:
Rumi suggests consciousness, purpose and meaning evolves:
By contrast, for some, “war is the source that gives meaning”. The poem is “An Irishman Foresees His Death” by WB Yeats. He has the last word here:
(Acknowledgement to Dr Michael Nagler of the Metta Center for the Rumi and Yeats poems)