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Annabelle the jobsite dog.

comments (2) February 1st, 2013 in Project Gallery
BGodfrey BGodfrey, member

Newest employee, Annabelle, hard at work.Click To Enlarge

Newest employee, Annabelle, hard at work.

Annabelle is our 11 pound Rat Terrier / Italian Greyhound. She is a sun worshipper and has been very envious when I go off to work on sunny days. So I thought I'd show her how hard and miserable it is. Somehow I don't think she was convinced.

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Comments (2)

BGodfrey BGodfrey writes: Hehe. Actually, two of her favorite things are hanging with her big guys and laying in the sun. Here she gets to do both. We're just not in the picture.
Posted: 3:52 pm on February 9th

AutomanArt AutomanArt writes: Left on my own again. Think I'll lay in this soft spot for a while, then I'll come alive later when the rest of the family gets home.
Posted: 10:43 am on February 4th

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