Wordless Wednesday: Woof

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Awwww....how absolutely cute!!!

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  2. happy feelings!




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
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  3. So Cute ! (*゚v゚*)♪

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  4. All that fur, all that sand. Hmmm Looks like a lot of vacuuming to me. ;)

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  5. The life of a beach bum dog.

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  6. ha. not a frightening bark at all...smiles....cute pups....

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  7. adorable little muffin!

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  8. at least he has a fur coat to keep warm..lol!

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  9. He blends well with the sand!

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  10. What a sweetheart!
    hugs to him and you
    Sandi

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  11. This will sound like an echo to you... "too cute". :)

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  12. あけまして おめでとうございます!!!
    This is what Japanese is should be between the New Year.
    Holidays in Japan.
    On the morning of the New Year's day,
    the whole family get together and wish one
    another good health and to celebrate
    the coming of a new year by drinking a special kind of rice wine
    called otoso.
    The dishes,we prepare for the New Year's holidays
    are called osechi.
    Most Japanese visit Shinto shrines or Buddist temples.
    We pray to the deities that we will live safely through the
    coming year.
    These New Year visits to shrines and temples are called hatsumode.
    We, adults give otoshidama-a New Year's present-
    to children. In most cases, it's money.
    This is thought as a gift from the gods to encourage
    children to do their best.
    いつも ありがとう。感謝!!!
    Ryoma

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  13. Anonymous10:28 AM

    Delightful shot!

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  14. That´s so cute!I love your photo,Sandy!

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  15. Absolutely adorable.

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  16. Great shot. I love it.

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  17. Reminds me a little of a dog I had as a kid!

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