Borrowing Courage From Our Dogs
Our fears are our own. No one can take them from us, so we must find a way to face them. Thankfully, our dogs are willing to lend us their courage when we find our own lacking. I’m grateful Lincoln already finds inspiration in Penny and Zero.
Lincoln, correct grammar is “It was I” not me. Never too early to study for the SATs
Lincoln is so cute. We thought you were going to say that ridge of hair on his head is from the Ridgeback in him 🙂
These posts are great Will. I love when you include Lincoln! We’re about to welcome our first (human) baby next month. I’m in search of posts that you may have, about bringing baby home to Ridgebacks, how to train them with baby around, or any suggestions. It’ll obviously be a learning experience for us. Riggs (our fur baby) will be 1 yrs old next month (a 1 yr old and newborn – obviously not well planned!). I’m a bit nervous as he’s still such an energetic puppy, very inquisitive, at times naughty with his listening skills. Any guidance – or suggestions of previous posts to read would be so helpful!!
Your little beach boy is growing up (with loads of pawsome help from his canine crew). Happy autumn days.
Lincoln just gets cuter and cuter and he is so good at following what Penny and Zero do – what a fun group (and Emily looks so happy!)
As usual Will, you hit the nail on the head!
In this crazy world of far too many choices, PR (Personal Responsibility) is key. I just love the way you break things down, what a great start to my morning.
Borrowed table manners! GAH! Definitely! You have learned them well, Linc.