Words, like clouds, shift through time, space, encounters.
A beautiful pic of your Brian and his dog. It's a gift to see only joy.Hugs to you.
as it should be. what beauty in this simple moment))))xoerin
nice....lovely shot...i like playing on the big rocks...kinda thrilling...smiles....and seeing only joy...not a bad thing at all...
Such a beautiful photo of a perfect blue sky and a boy & his dog. Lovely... sweet Brian & Butters.
I feel such closeness to Brian and always will. What a great photo.
perfect post!ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3 > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
This is lovely Rosaria.
What a lovely moment to capture. Looks like a fun day. <3Shannon at The Warrior Muse
Brian chose the great Yes. How beautiful.
You speak his name; you love him always; his spirit is omnipresent. You have kept him alive. xxoo
Brilliant. I see your poem as a photo in verse. Many thanks.Greetings from London.
A very touching post. Brian is forever alive in your memories and you make him live for us.
Thank you for sharing such a treasured and beautiful moment with us,Rosaria.
Indeed. I also try to emphasize the sweet over the bitter....
A good memory, all about sunshine, blue sky, a beloved child, and joy.
When I saw the photo, before I read the piece, I was so saddened. Brian and his dog. I though of Julie and her dog, also a yellow lab. When I read your piece, I was filled with joy for Brian, and for Julie too. Those days they had on hikes, on runs, on adventures with their dogs were filled with joy. I'm thankful for that.
I like Ruth's line that Brian chose the great YES; good for him!
I love that, "You saw only joy." Very touching. Thanks so much for sharing this with us.
Mind how you go, step with care, slide with style. Love your photo.
A sweet picture of a handsome son and a friendly dog. That is why pictures are so important; they show us the joy of a beautiful moment.
Ah, how poignant. I have goosebumps because when I read and was replying to your comment at my blog I suddenly thought about your son's dog and I wondered how it was in its new home. Now, to see this picture and to read the fitting name that Brian gave to his dog, well it is just almost too much. But in a joyful-kind-of-way.