Thursday, November 1, 2012
Yet in her annoyance, she is also a wonderful dog. She knows when you are sad. She'll hop in your lap (all 70lbs of her) or snuggle up close and sniff your tears (probably because she wants to lick them more than anything). She is never low on excitement, weird noises, and funny faces. The photo here is when I woke her up from a mid-day nap and she looked drugged. She is in the best mood in the morning when I first turn on the lights. She puts her chin on the edge of my bed until I get up to let her out. As a single person that is living in a new and different place, to have Sophie is a God-send. Maybe that sounds sad or pathetic to you, but having someone or something to come home to feels nice, even if it is "just" a dog. :)
You're welcome to play with her anytime. She hasn't met a person (or dog) yet that she doesn't like!