schnauzer art


Loki and I searched out some super bright murals to take photos in front of while he was wearing his super bright rain/winter coat. Gawd. He goes from handsome to adorable in the span of two photos, I swear. Next photo outing I’m going to try to find more pastel walls. <3


Loki’s a pretty fantastic dog (most of the time). He’s also ridiculously good looking dog (most of the time). When he’s neither of those things, he’s a dog. A dog that loves to chase squirrels. The first photo is the moment he decided to launch after the squirrel he just noticed a parking lot and side street away from where we were. If it wasn’t for be SCREAMING, “Loki, STOP!” and him actually knowing what that meant from practicing, he would have been GONE.


For my Imagineering trainer and good friend, Susan Dain, who has done more for me, both professionally and personally, than I could ever make up to her.  Whether it was by teaching me to use new materials at work, helping me find a place to live, or bringing me groceries and a puppy to keep me company on my sick days, Susan has never failed to support me during this period of transition into my new life here in California.  I don’t know what I would have done without her (and Karma the silken windhound, Elliott the dachshund, and Bella the miniature schnauzer of course).  Here’s to my service team.

This also satisfies days 3 and 4 of the 30 Day Challenge: a friend, and an animal you think is cute.