Sunday, April 6, 2008

Penny Has Had a Busy Day!


Penny, who is really just the most well behaved, sweetest dog ever, also has a bit of a dark side.

When she brings these sorts of things to the house, I start to question what the heck I am doing out here in all of this nature crap. Will I ever get used to seeing dead animal parts? And will I ever not still be slightly fascinated by them anyway?

9 comments:

Melody said...

Love the look on Penny's face......"what? Don't look at me.. I didn't do anything". Priceless...

paul said...

Ah. Very nice.

You have my sympathy. My dog Kodak brings such things home. See, for example, http://photomusings.wordpress.com/2007/02/27/coyote-ugly/

Deborah Paris said...

Dixie, Emma, Daisy, Archie & Sophie (my 5 dogs) have a message for Penny..."ummm,yummy! Will you share???!"

Michelle said...

Perhaps she just FOUND it. SOmeone else ftore the poor thing limb from limb..?

Peter Yesis said...

Ahhhh, morning, the best time of day. I have my tea. Relaxed. I hear the gentle hummmm of the computer fan. Now I am ready for my morning to begin. Let's see what Tracy has to show this morning.... Oh,... Hmmm.... gives Still Life a new meaning.

smith kaich jones said...

It could be worse. I have a friend whose dog brought home part of a skull that seemed, hmmm . . . strangely human-like, so he called the police &, yes, you guessed it.

Casey Klahn said...

Next, he's gonna bury it.

Tracy said...

Melody, yes, she is a sly one. That's the same look that lulled me into thinking she would be ok outside while the chickens free range. That was before she killed two of them.

Paul, I remember that thread! What has Kodak been bringing in lately?

Deborah, Penny is very good about sharing. But I would be happy to deliver it to YOU!

Michelle, Um, yeah, maybe:) Doug and I joke about putting a mini cam on her just to see what she does in a day.

Peter, ha! Feel free to incorporate the deer leg into one of your lovely paintings:)

Casey, Well, it is gone from the patio now so I guess she could have buried it. Great.

The Epiphany Artist said...

GROSS!