What’s the big deal?

This morning I went to yoga, then made a quick stop at the grocery store on my way home.  As I got out of my car, I saw this:

I laughed out loud.  The pup looked very serious, like he just needed his master to slide in the passenger’s seat, and then they could go.  Indeed, when I approached the car with my camera and snapped a few pictures, the pup didn’t bark, or wag a tail, or even really move.  He just looked at me, asking me with his eyes, “Lady, what?  You’ve never seen a dog before?  Seriously, I do this all the time…”

It was pretty awesome.

Stef

P.S. At yoga, our instructor informed us that Bob Dylan’s birthday was fast approaching; so she began our class with this tune, in his honor.  The contrast between the spirit of yoga and the spirit of the song totally made me smile.

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About Stef

A "serious" gal who is trying to remember to lighten up and smile.
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16 Responses to What’s the big deal?

  1. Joss says:

    Years ago, the first boxer I owned, used to do that. It always made me smile to walk to the car and see her sitting behind the wheel – ready to drive off with me.

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    • Stef says:

      That’s terrific! I hear boxers are wonderful dogs; when my sweetie and I were considering getting a dog (before Hazel), we seriously considered a boxer. But we were in a townhouse at the time, and thought it would be unfair to the dog to have it live in a semi-confined space… Do you have any animals now?

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  2. Touch2Touch says:

    Great commentary from the puppy!
    (glad to hear the Bob Dylan song, I don’t know any of this music, and you are so right, the contrast between the yoga and the stoners is a hoot)

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    • Stef says:

      I think there was a bit of ‘double-entendre’ with the Dylan song (i.e., stoned in the drug sense, but also stoned in the Biblical/literal/people-are-out-to-get-me kind of sense). Not that I support either of those views; but I do like quite a bit of Dylan’s songs. They definitely cause me to pause and think…

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  3. HAHAHA! Love the doggie story…too cute! I’ve seen dogs in the driver’s seat before and it always makes me giggle thinking of them actually driving! 🙂

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    • Stef says:

      I’ve seen dogs in the driver’s seat before, but never this serious/earnest. I swear, if he had opposable thumbs he’d be on the freeway as we speak. 🙂

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  4. Grace says:

    LOL Love that song and I can only imagine the smiles on everyone’s faces as they were shifting and posing 🙂 How fun!

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    • Stef says:

      It was quite fun. I get a kick out of my yoga teacher; and love the levity she brings to the class. Sometimes yoga teachers can be “serious” (overly so); not her! And I adore it. 🙂

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  5. What a great picture!!! He does look so serious!

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  6. barb19 says:

    Curiously interesting shot Stef – he looks ready to go!

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  7. i can just see the word “seriously” in the dog’s thought balloon^_^

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