We walked past a veterinarian office in Gouda and noticed a big Poodle decal on the window. We wanted to get a photo of James by the Poodle decal! We later found out from someone on the street that this Poodle belonged to the veterinarian and that Poodle has since passed away. But they have…
One of my favorite artist shops in Florence is La Bottega del Mosaico. I really want to go back to Florence to buy one of these mosaics to hang in our home.
If you were quickly walking past the
I love the streets of Florence. Some are SO small – I realize the FJ would not fit! I love the random fountains, the triangle shaped buildings where two street meet and the people watching!
“Hey James, pose like David!”
I thought James was striking a similar pose to David looking slightly over his left shoulder.
This is the original location of Michelangelo’s David and this is a copy
Since 2018 is the Year of the Dog, Bottega Veneta included dogs in their window display in Florence, Italy! Do you see the Poodles? Well, the Poodles in addition to James?
During our first Spring in Washington, DC, I spotted the Crocus flowers starting to bloom in the park where I walked James and in a lot of flower boxes along the streets of Georgetown. I had never seen
James really likes our big red couch in Florence, Italy!
I was going through old photos on my phone and I spotted this gem! At some point, I had an app on my phone that converts photos to cartoons. I have since deleted the app so I can’t tell you which one
My heart aches for our friend Amanda. Her Standard Poodle Jackson passed away on Friday May 25, 2018.
Back in March, Amanda took Jackson to a neurologist when he had some unexplained leg weakness.
I can’t believe James is 8 years old. He is such a sweet and mellow boy but he also still has his puppy energy when it is time to play fetch!
Here are some formal 8th birthday portraits of James.
I feel like we went from 90Â° Fahrenheit when we left Washington, DC in September to 50Â° Fahrenheit in Austria. We skipped those beautiful 70Â° days and went right into winter. Because of that, I am
Last Spring, GW Hospital asked if they could feature James in their magazine.
(Before leaving DC, James and I volunteered at GW Hospital once a week.)
During our visits, James says hello to the
I know I posted back in August about my new Canon point and shoot camera. But I didn’t really go into detail about why I love this little point and shoot camera.
A little history: I used to be
Right before we left for Vienna, we attended the Baptism for Baby Niko. His parents, Tina and Matt, are great friends of ours and we miss them now that we aren’t in DC anymore.
I brought my big Canon
I saw this text on a photo and I thought – how fitting for exactly where we are in our lives right now.
I have a Canon G10 I bought many years ago when it first came out and I love that little camera! It is still in great shape but I realized I wanted a camera that worked a little better for vlogging –
I used to walk through CityCenterDC all the time when I was going to Goethe for German classes. Goethe has since moved and isn’t near CityCenter anymore. So we happened to be in the area the other night
There is something weird about Maryland (and Virginia seems to have this problem, too). There are hardly any sidewalks! Look at almost ANY neighborhood in Maryland and you will notice it. I love older
Every year we try to attend at least one Washington Kastles tennis match. The best part is the matches are indoors at the GW Basketball Arena. Where else can you watch tennis and be nice and cool in
Only a Scot would see this and laugh! I was walking home from the hospital with James when I spotted this Washington, DC tag and I started laughing. I started to walk away when I realized I should stop