Friday, June 12, 2009

All Things Trinity

Trinity, originally uploaded by torri_g.

Well it has taken me a while, but I'm finally back to posting pets on Friday! This week Trinity gets the spotlight, and then I'll see about getting some new pictures of birds for the coming weeks.

All things Trinity...hmm, not really sure just what that would be. She is just a big coon hound, who for the most part just loves laying around doing nothing. Well, until the cat gets her all fired up or she gets the sudden urge to irritate Mia. I have come to realize that Trinity triggers about a good 80% of the irritation for Mia, mostly because when Trinity wants to play, she really wants to play. Mia isn't a I want to run wild playing in the house bashing into things kind of dog though. Trinity is still the funniest dog in this house though. The looks that she gets on her face, and her whole body language tells a story. Oh and let's not forget her voice, because when she finds things unfair, or wrong she is more than willing to let you know with her coon hound voice. I call her mouthy quiet a bit of the time because she will stand an argue with me. Trinity does still think that at 70 pounds she can be a lap dog, but at least most of the time she tries to be kind about it. She is a daddies girl who spends most of her day in his recliner seat waiting for him to return. Heaven forbid anyone else should dare to sit in his seat. Trinity is also probably the biggest chicken dog that I have ever seen. She will bark loudly to let you know something, but you are going to find her hiding behind the biggest piece of furniture in the room till she is sure that all is well.

It's Friday and that means time to head over and visit Steve and Pickle and all of the felines, furballs, and feathers that stop by. If you want to play along all you have to do is post your own and leave a link in comments. I hope that everyone has a great Friday!

1 comment:

Suzanne R said...

Trinity just looks like she's waiting for Daddy to get home. She's a cute dog! I like your description of her.