When it comes to getting her play on or indulging in a treat, Sadie Sue is a serious dog. To get her what she wants, she has to have the attention of the human. Usually that human is her mom. Unfortunately for Miss Shagbottom, her mom is also a writer, which means mom’s head is glancing ever on a computer screen and not on the dog where it should be! Sadie has tactics though. She’s resourceful. Never fear, for she gets whatever her little red furry heart desires.
This month can leave us wishing for better days, as the bitter winds blow in the northern hemisphere. Never fear, for images of warmer times and climes are available at the drop of a mouse button (plus one warmly wrapped pup. Yes, that’s Miss Shagbottom of Shagbottom Theater).
January 2015 Art Feature
More can be found in my deviantArt.com gallery: KWilliamsPhoto.
I’m sitting here writing all these serious articles to post on the blog and then I realize, that there’s not much hanging out in the Dog area. One of my greatest loves in this world is the animal we call dog. I’ve always had one, sometimes two. I’d love to have more! They pass away, I’m devastated–because, face it, they should live as long as we do.
About Four and Half years ago, I adopted a gem of a dog from Adopt-A-Lab.org (who was shut down by someone’s drive for revenge and lack of caring for the animals, but let’s not ruin this post with that stuff). She’s grown up to be a pretty amazing girl. We work together all the time to learn tricks. She could stop pulling so much on walks, but her serious down to business walking is something to see. We’re still not clear on this ‘bang’ stuff.
That said, I think, Miss Sadie Sue Shagbottom’s ultimate talent might lie in film. Behold the first episode of…