Wednesday, March 3, 2010

True Love

Murphy and Jack staring wistfully at each other for at least 20 minutes through the window. These two have a definite "bromance" going on. Jack comes over to get Murhpy and if they're lucky Jim is home and will take them out and if they're even luckier, Jack's mommy takes both of them out to play and go for a walk. Sometimes, though, they have to settle for just gazing at each other longingly through our living room window.

Climbing to the top of a Mayan pyramid with two sprained ankles (another blog post) for your wife who can't and who as a child dreamed of growing up to be Indiana Jones - just so she could see what it looked like from the top....
Thank you so much to everyone for your condolences for my grandfather.


Christine said...

What an adventure!

Bonnie said...

Two sprained ankles - - was that Jim or you Barbara? The picture of you two in front of the pyramid is just a beautiful as Jack and Murphy gazing lovingly at each other. Hope you enjoyed Mexico. How was Bennett's response when you got home?? Love, Auntie Bonnie

Barbara said...

Hi Christine - thanks for commenting - our trip was a bit of an adventure. I'll be checking out your blog soon!

Bonnie - Jim has two sprained ankles - a result of an incident with his snow machine on Feb. 13th. Bennett has been great since we've been home - we're so lucky to have such an easygoing guy.

Erin said...

That view is rather amazing! I'm so glad you got to see it. :) Jim sounds like a fantastic guy. You're very lucky to have such amazing men in your life!

Anonymous said...

Well, you sure have some TOUGH PTs in Canada! Tell Jim I'd go easier on him if y'all could just stop a little north of Mexico. ;)

I agree with Erin - you both look great in the photo; wonderful background.

The dogs are too cute!
Guess I will have to go one post up for a Bennett fix. Barbara

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