Daily Dawg goes Weekly

 

 

After much contemplation, chewing on bones and other digestible matters of contention. Not to mention, storms, fires, smokey haze, computer and human meltdown Frankie has decided whilst establishing his editorial control that he can best serve his readership by putting out a weekly magazine style email with a more varied, informative content and an expansive view of his universe and how he sees/sniffs/eats it. In the meanwhile here are a few captures of his recent frolicsome adventures. Frankie’s greatly relieved that his buddy Ralph has been sprung from the Big House and is happily if hotly re-united with his family in W.A. Surfs Up, Big Guy!

Friday Frolics

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Dawg’s View: Fantastic Afternoon on beach, frolicking with my friendly wave elementals whilst followed by a Documentary Crew . Tomorrow I’m told will be a fabulous Saturday Night Slideshow starring an exceptionally good looking and charismatic action star canine.

A Droving we will go

 

“For the drover’s life has pleasures that the townsfolk never know.”

~ Banjo Paterson

A Dog’s View: Whilst not enjoying the energetic expansiveness of adventure that my buddy Ralph is experiencing in old blighty or being soothed with wise counsel, advice, perhaps a session of hypnotherapy by my other buddy Magic. Here I am at my physiotherapist Marie’s property, knowing that if they’d let me of this leash that the potential for droving would be not inconsiderable. Still tomorrow being another day I’ve been promised a trip to Evandale, there to man a stall and possibly receive a multitude of appreciation and pats. Will keep you posted.

Vastness

“I adore the ocean and its vastness, as if it is trying to teach me something, as if it is trying to teach me to remain calm whatever the situation maybe. It holds such a huge amount of water but always remains content and at peace, while we people lose our calm even at smallest of tensions that we get in life. It teaches us to keep our secrets safe within. It has an entire habitat residing in its heart, but we haven’t been able to explore it fully, same way, we must keep our secrets tightly bound within us. If we will share them, the world will lose the curiosity, just like we will lose curiosity if we will come to know fully about the aquatic life. It teaches us to provide without seeking. It houses innumerable species inside and never asks them for anything, we must also help the needy and provide if we have in abundance. The ocean teaches us lessons that books or school can’t teach us.”
~ Mehek Bassi