Thursday, March 9, 2017

Samson, Faith And Her Ball

I'm posting a few pictures of the two of them while I'm working on an update of our lives here in the canyon. I hope you will enjoy the pictures and a bit of their conversation.

Faith: You are tickling my ear! Why do you like ears so much? 
Samson: I think ears are the cutest thing on a dog. Would you prefer me to sniff your rear end?
Faith: You wouldn't dare!

Samson: Don't push me so, I almost fell off the table. It's slippery up here in the snow.
Faith: Not much snow if you ask me. See, now I dropped my ball, talking to you.

Samson: You better watch it, or I'll get your silly ball.
Faith: You wouldn't dare, you know I'll flip you for less. And sit on you until you give up. 

Samson: So true, but I love you anyway. Listen to me sing a song of the North for you. Where wolves hunt in the forest and there may even be trolls. ~ 

On a different day, the snow melted, the rains came, and Faith wanted to rescue her balls from the wet and muddy outside. She's zeroing in on one, frustrated she can't figure out how to save them both. At least not at the same time.

So she decides on one, grabs it, and jumps up on the table, where

she tries to take cover under Samson's tail.

He is very good and patient with his little sister. 

OK, mommy, getting wet was only fun for so long, now it's getting old. So put that camera away and let us in the house. Please......


  1. You have a couple of real sweeties there, Inger. Black and white, so opposite yet they seem a complete package! :-)

  2. they are so cute and sweet together, and now mommy has to drive off the wet pups before they go inside. Jake does that same thing, trying to get two balls at once. they look beautiful together, black and white, my favorite color combo

  3. I love your furbabies!!

  4. And their conversation adds so much to their photos. What a grand pair together.

  5. They look happy together. I love their conversation!

  6. They look happy and well loved!

  7. Either that table is shrinking or the doggies are getting bigger. Sweet photos... I'm so glad they are good companions for you. They don't ask for much, just to be let in and out and be fed with the occasional hug and a pat.

  8. Such a couple of cuties your pups are, and your captions are probably right on. Hope they continue to watch over you. We are still getting the odd sprinkle of snow, but then it turns to rain. Old Man Winter doesn't want to go this year. . .at least not yet.

  9. I love this!! What fun at the end of my day - And that was exactly what they were saying -- And there is nothing like our 4-legged-family members!!

  10. They are the Butch and Sundance of your yard, aren't they? :-)

  11. Hi Inger - they are a delight to see, while their conversations are fun to listen to ... yes - enough cold and wet, I quite agree ... take care and have fun with their company ... cheers Hilary

  12. I love their conversation. Franklin and Penelope have similar discussions.


  13. Love their dialogue. You are so creative.

  14. What a fun post with adorable dogs and cute conversations. Love how those two get along. You captured it all so well.

  15. I love the photo of Samson singing his song of the north. What a sweetheart! Samson and Hope seem to be good friends and judging by their conversation, they know how to tease each other and have fun in the process I'm sure they are wonderful company for you, Inger.

  16. Are you sure that Samson was singing a song, and not telling you that Faith was bullying him?!

  17. Dear Inger, Love all pictures and enjoy so much the conversations! LOL!
    I would love to hear the song that Samson was singing!
    Lots of hugs!


Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger


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