Sunday, September 23, 2007

I love my little dog Rocky:). I'm so happy I am home and spending lots of time with him. I won't be going back to work until the middle of October so he is getting spoiled. I have been taking him out for 3 walks/runs a day. I believe owning pet's make us better people.
I added a couple of tree shots taken along the PCT in the Sierras. Trees are so beautiful and amazing.

"Let yourself see what is not apparent, in other words, take a look under the table! It is sometimes highly enlightening when you turn things upside down or look at them from another perspective. All experience, good, bad or indifferent, is strangely good experience as it is only with time that you begin to understand why you had to have that particular experience and what the ultimate purpose was. We’re not in control of everything so, now and then, take a hands-off approach and let the universe have a go.


Anonymous said...

love that swirling tree--cedar? Very fetching portrait of the diva as well, alive with glowy reds.

As always, Miss C, you're a nice positive vibe waving through the cosmos.


Jo Lynn said...

Hey Girlie!
He is so CUTE. I'm back home. Hopefully we can get together this week. Beautiful shots of the trees. Thanks for sharing.
Love, Jo Lynn

Catra said...

Hey DP-
Thanks so much for the post, nad compliments.
I can't wait to be back out on the PCT next year. I'm so worried about all the hikers left on the PCT. The weather has been cold & snowy in Washington. There has also been very dangerous river crossings and snow fields. I pray they all make it to Manny Park safely.
Have a great night.

Catra said...

Hi Jo Lynn-
I'm so happy you're back. Rocky misses Boomer. He said if comes over he promises he won't hump Boomer..LOL...

ReneeMc said...

My pets definitely make me a much better person. Loving animals changes us, I think.
Gorgeous trees!

Randy said...

Hey there! Welcome home! Congratulations on your journey!

Maybe we can catch-up sometime soon...