Most of the time, Bubba
puts up with is willing to pose for a picture.
But then there are days...
when he just....
Miss Daisy the lap dog always seems to be in the mood.
Or maybe she just puts up with her humans...
most of the time.
Beebee on the other hand is usually moving too fast to get a picture.
Unless you happen to have food.
Mini, the ol' girl, doesn't move too fast these days, so it's pretty easy to get her to pose for the camera.
Particularly with food around ;)
Lucky boy doesn't really seem to care either way, especially if he's sleeping.
Anyway, I tried and tried, but Bubba wasn't having it.
Later on though, when we went outside to sit on the front porch, I thought he might be in more of a posing mood, so I brought along my camera.
After all, it was a beautiful Spring day.
Hmmm.... still not interested.
At least not in having his picture taken.
Miss Daisy was, but she looks a bit dubious, doesn't she?
Lucky boy struck a pose too.
Even Beebee, the speed demon, held still long enough to pose again, with her brother.
There might have been a squirrel or a bird involved ;)
And then finally, after trying all morning, Bubba agreed to strike a pose.
A little off subject...
When John brings the pups up here, I hide most of the toys, so Beebee doesn't eat them all in one day.
But, this time I had forgotten about one of Bubba's favorite toys.
If you look closely, you'll notice that he's on top of the cabinet.
He's up there, because I rescued him from an untimely demise, and put him out of the reach from Beebee 'the dog toy killer'.
Now that all danger of being eaten is gone, Yellow Dog is back in the 'safe chair', safe and sound.
And all is right with the world.
In fact, Bubba was so happy that yellow dog was safe, he decided to pose for me, once again ;)
Thank you for putting up with me, my sweet boy.
Momma loves you, no matter what.