Bau: Back To School


Going home jeslyne

What is time to a dog? I know that the longer I am away from Bau, the more excited he is to see me. Perhaps a 45 minute visit at the hospital with these sweet girls is equivalent to a day’s work for him.


tired out

It’s been a hard day’s night and I’ve been working like a dog



40 thoughts on “Bau: Back To School

  1. Our dogs are the same way, Carol. They greet us effusively, especially if we’ve been gone a while. I’m not sure, though, if they have the same sense of time passing that humans do; that’s an interesting question.

    Bau, you deserve a good rest. The work you do is important, and you give very generously when you’re on duty.

  2. Ahh … dear Bau needs his rest, he looks as if he is deeply contemplating the world! My friend’s little girl is often in hospital and I know a visit from a dog like yours would brighten not just that day but many afterwards. Have a lovely week, Carol! πŸ˜€πŸŒΊ

    • Could possibly be, Ellie. We (super) women sometimes have to keep working after our “day” job. πŸ™‚ No time for rest, especially for the young career mommy. Anyway…off track. Thanks for your sweet comment, Ellie. ❀

  3. Darling! But don’t read Paul McCartney’s buddy–John Lemon’s–poem about dogs. It starts out cute enough: Arf arf he goes a merry sight, my little hairy friend…

  4. Oh, Bau, you do such good things. You bring people joy, something warm and cuddly to hold. It might not always be fun, but I’m sure it’s always worth it, especially for those you help. ❀

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