A boy and his dog - timeless! Great shot!
Isn't that neat, Glenda? A boy and his dog --from the beginning of time----FOREVER... Love it!!!!!Hugs,Betsy
And what a great picture of the classic boy and his dog! I think it looks so much better than it would have in color...it makes it somehow more timeless and also from another time.
I "lost" you for a while there! (I got a new computer and it lost my "history" where before I just had to start typing in "He Gives...." and you'd pop up. I was hoping you'd visit me soon so I could find you again.I'm sure I missed some of your news, but this picture makes me wonder who Isaac is and if his family moved... It is a timeless picture - as all the others have so beautifully said.
Rebecca, glad we've connected again! Isaac is one of our four grandchildren. His dad, who is in the military (fourteen years now), is the younger of our two sons. They have just moved into a new home out in the country in MS, which is much closer to us - a five hour drive instead of twenty-one hours!
What a timeless photo ... and a special opportunity for all of you.
I was just going to write "a boy and his dog" and I see that Mari beat me to it. Great minds!! I love this picture. It is one of those "picture is worth a thousand words" things. And ... don't you just wish you could hear the conversation between these two? Many a secret has been shared I'm sure.
Beautiful shot! Carla
Very very cute! I'm so glad you'll be able to see them more often!Tomorrow we're having a missionary from Mozambique, David Restrick - Kevin really appreciated him when he went on his first W&W trip to Mozambique in 1999. Wish Kev could be here tomorrow. We'll take him out for lunch, so that will be fun.
My uncle and aunt were with Sudan Interior Mission and went out with the Christian Missionary Alliance church. I don't feel all that energetic!
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