that one man i married: part 2

Soup.

Soup.

Sometimes, my husband gets deployed and has to leave me to wander about other places in the world.  While I don’t enjoy him being away, we have come up with several ways to stay connected while he’s gone.  I began sending him weekly photos of his favorite girl (nope, not me–our dog, Soup), with what I (not so) cleverly called Soups-of-the-Week.

In turn, Casey would play with the magnificent Microsoft Paint and appeal to the Art History lover in me, by creating his own Soups-of-the-Week, based on other artists.

Francis Bacon, and Soup

Francis Bacon, and Soup

Di Vinci, and Soup

Di Vinci, and Soup

Picasso, and Soup

Picasso, and Soup

Van Gogh, and Soup

Van Gogh, and Soup

Dali, and Soup

Dali, and Soup

Annibale Carracci, and Soup

Annibale Carracci, and Soup

Roy Lichtenstein, and Soup

Roy Lichtenstein, and Soup

Last dinner, with Soup--and Freya?

Last dinner, with Soup–and Freya?

Michelangelo, and Soup

Michelangelo, and Soup

Banksy, and Soup

Banksy, and Soup

Thomas Cole, and Soup

Thomas Cole, and Soup

 

110 furry lives: no. 73

no. 73: Wilson {This sweet dog has had a rough go his first couple months with us.  But this playful puppy hasn't let anything get him down.  He is so full of love and affection, I think he might be happy to just be held and cuddled all day.  He is now available for adoption at the Circle of Friends Humane Society.}

no. 73: Wilson {This sweet dog has had a rough go his first couple months with us. But this playful puppy hasn’t let anything get him down. He is so full of love and affection, I think he might be happy to just be held and cuddled all day. He is now available for adoption at the Circle of Friends Humane Society.}