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The Lanther’s Winter Ballet

It troubles me to see how long of a hiatus I have taken from blogging! It is, OF COURSE, The Human’s fault. If I listed the ways that she has been lazy around here, I’d have writer’s paw and the outline to a future novel! But I digress… onto more important things than the lethargy of The Human.

It has been quite a Fall/Winter this year. I have immensely enjoyed my time at the shore, being able to run amok on barren beaches, few people in sight. The Human was a trooper in the face of the bitter cold and cutting winds of Mistress Winter. She had me out and running several times a day, nearly every day. She often braved the chilly temperatures dressed embarrassingly like a mismatched bag lady, but what really matters is that she got out there with me. One of her favorite style choices came to be a bright red ski suit, meant for snow, but used on the sandy beach (sigh), FASHION POLICE!!! Embarrassment aside… for her extreme dedication to my exercise needs, I love her… (for her continued exposure of my young mind to senseless, over-dramatic reality TV,  I DO NOT – but that’s another story).

In honor of a winter that was so amazing, I present to you, my audience…

THE LANTHER’S WINTER BALLET:

A brilliant display of vivid images capturing the skilled choreography of my red ski-suited Human and I.

We were honored to have the great and talented Michael Bagley of Michael Bagley Photography document our performance photographically (Thanks, you’re awesome Dude!). Goodbye sweet peaceful winter that we enjoyed so much!

Moon Beach Landing 2

The Lanther and The Human

 

2 Comments

  • JoJo Baggins on Apr 21, 2013 Reply

    Oh Em Gee!!! Did you snag that red ski suit from my mom’s closet that has been locked since 1987!?!?

    • thelanther on Apr 21, 2013 Reply

      Ha! It was a hand-me-down from way back! Still works great!

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