Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, March 13, 2021

What Are They up to My Critters on Saturday

So I ask you have you ever ran out of words, or know that you're better off being silent? Or perhaps you want to speak up but are afraid for a multitude of reasons? 

Your actions speak loudly.

Of course we're all human and that's why I'm jealous of critters, especially those living about my world . They are so bold and free.  They don't need to speak, and their expressions, stories, actions and feelings in the moment are openly expressed if we take the time to notice.  

My mother always told me, if the dog doesn't like somebody, trust the dog.

My SATURDAY'S CRITTERS post shows this theory of mine hands down. Or is it paws up!

It's simple, expect the unexpected, be careful but try new things, go that extra mile because we can be just like our critter friends.

This is a project I'm putting together for my grand-kiddos during this oddly new world we're all a part of. 

Critters know all about keeping their eyes on the prize, embracing the mysteries of life, expanding their horizons, embracing strengths, being proud, where the treats are, and seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

Take good care of you and stay safe.



RedPat said...

And critters know how to live in the moment and enjoy life as it happens!
I knew someone that could be a bit of an ass but every dog I had loved this guy so I always thought there must be more to him than what he showed the world.

eileeninmd said...


There are times I trust dogs more than people. The dogs and critters are so smart.
Your dog and kitty photos are wonderful, all so cute. Great post and wise words.
Thank you for linking up and sharing your post! Take care, have a happy weekend! PS, thank you for the comment on my post.

Elephant's Child said...

Love all of these beautiful critters. And yes, I trust their judgement about people every time. They have never let me down.

Villrose said...

They are so good at expressing themselves! Think I saw a Schnauzer or two? Got a white happy one here.

William Kendall said...

Cute critters!

Jeff said...

That camel has the look of aged wisdom!

magiceye said...

Lovely expressions captured!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

All wonderful critter captures Karen but the look in pics three and seven are so hilarious 💜

Mae Travels said...

We have a neighbor dog that is very sweet and patient, and would fit your theme perfectly. Where are those lions? They remind me of the Art Inst. of Chicago, but 100 years ago when many art museums were built, many lions were placed on pedestals like that.

be safe... mae at

Yvonne said...

Love all your beautiful creatures, even the rabbit in stone. Such a cute post.