Gretchen Rubin wrote in The Happiness Project about the year she spent “test-driving the wisdom of the ages, the current scientific studies, and the lessons from popular culture about how to be happy.” The Puppiness Project is my attempt to learn the same from Honey, my Golden Retriever.
I hate having my picture taken.
Which is why I was stumped when I had to come up with an image to use as an avatar online. I finally found a tourist shot in front of Rockefeller Center taken in January. If I’ve commented on your blog, you’ve probably seen me all wrapped up in my scarf next to my comment.
Spring has arrived in the northern hemisphere so it’s time to banish the winter picture. My husband offered to take some pictures of me in the morning sun while we were walking Honey on Saturday. He fastened Honey’s leash to his leg so I wouldn’t have to keep track of her while posing and so she wouldn’t wander off while we were distracted.
Two of these pictures were taken while Honey was wandering around on her own. One was taken while I was holding her. Can you tell which one was taken with Honey?
Leave your vote in the comments about which picture is the best. And we’ll all see if our friends bring out the best in us.
I’ll put the answer in tomorrow’s post.