As Lucy's person, I keep noticing metaphors as she learns stuff.
“My little dog—a heartbeat at my feet.” ―
(Most recent are near the top.)
Good dog Lucy
Lucy's new trick. Next week we'll try for three.
Lucy chooses a bed. (Tired, wet, likes a cozy space . . .)
Pure unedited joy. No wonder we love 'em.
Leap of Faith
walking with her best dog buddy
Dr. Kari is the Director of Rehab at the Animal Surgical Clinic of Seattle
Here's Lucy test driving the tank.
September 2010 and the Doodle is a year old
Dog show wannabe That beach wears a girl out Where's the head?
A Year on the Front Porch . . .
Doggie heaven at the Ballard Seafood Fest
"This car is ME!"
Why didn't I think of this?
How to take a risk . . . Over her head--& the back end isn't swimming yet . . .
Separated at birth?
Lucy Doodle is becoming a regular at the Ballard Sunday Market.
And as of her 7-month birthday, she's a good sport about carrying the groceries.
The Lucy-Learning: Some parts of work just aren't that glamorous. But they are still appreciated.
Good thing she loves the beach. I'd have had to start over with a new dog.
If you listen to your intuition--and the window happens to be down--you'll know just what to do.
Sometimes when you think you've found an ordinary tennis ball, it's something else entirely.
Help others to get in touch with their inner silliness.
Dive in, part II.
How we figure stuff out: test and learn.
Figure out what you were put on earth to do, and dive in.
Progress feels great. Celebration does too.
When taking a big risk, it's ok to return to contemplation.
Thinking about the first big challenge of her puppy life.
Lucy Doodle works at
Lucy's person: Patty Burgin (206.412.6224) /