Sarah’s Photo Shoot

Here are some pictures I took of my sister, Sarah, her banjo, and her best and oldest dog pal, Charlie.  Sarah plays a LouZee banjo, and this is actually the 2nd one ever made.  Mr. Paul Hopkins was wanting some updated pictures of her for his website, and we were finally able to work out a time between busy schedules and weather for a photo shoot! 😄

I remember the day when I drove Sarah to the animal shelter nine years ago to pick out her very first pet!  Charlie was a few weeks old, and she has had him ever since.  Well, except the times he has run away.  And not come back! Haha!  Many, many hours have been spent searching for this dog!  She always finds him (the collar with her phone number helps!)

Just this past winter, it had been snowing, and Sarah was coming over to our house to spend the day/night.  We went over to pick her up, and while Nick and Sarah were gathering up the dogs and other things, Charlie decided to go on an adventure! 😁  They spent over an hour trekking around in the snow looking for him, while I sat in the car trying (unsuccessfully) to warm up a shivering, howling beagle! (Have I ever mentioned that I’m not really an “animal person?” Haha!)  Meanwhile, Sarah’s phone was in my back seat ringing and ringing, but I didn’t even look at it or try to answer it.  Come to find out, it was someone calling to say that Charlie had shown up at their house! Aghh!!! So we drove over to pick him up, and when Sarah came in, he turned his back and wouldn’t even look at her! What a rascal!! Of course he had located a house with children to love on him and had been fed, and apparently wasn’t ready to go home! Oh, and this isn’t the first time this has happened! Not sure why he’s like that, because Sarah spoils him!  And if she is ever out of town, he gets all mopey and depressed and won’t eat. 😄

May 19, 2018

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