Wednesday, April 10, 2013

I is for Independent

 

Hi Y’all!

I stands for independent.  I as in ME.  We Chessies are sometimes referred to as stubborn…I prefer to think of us as independent thinkers.  We figure things out for ourselves…

sometimes our Humans are not particularly happy with us because of this trait.  TOO BAD!!!

 

 

Y’all come back now!

 

 

 

 

 

21 comments:

  1. Cinnamon agrees with you Hawk. She too is a "figure outer". Have a Happpy Wednesday!

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  2. what matters is to be loved for who you are Hawk and clearly you are loved for your "independence" Happy WW!

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  3. I view independence as "Intelligence." :) Hi from Maude the Old English Sheepdog

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  4. Stubborn never Hawk! Independent certainly. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. Us Weenies are also very stubborn. It's OUR WAY or NO WAY!

    :)

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  6. Woof! Woof! I'm curious what did you do? You are not stubborn ... just being a DOG. Happy BlogPAWs (NOT) Wordless Wednesday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  7. My smarts gets me in trouble sometimes, but I hear my Mom brag about how smart I am when I do what she wants ... It's "independent" or "stubborn" when I do what I wants ... hmmmm. Surely there's a compromise here ...

    Izzi @ From The Sol

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  8. There's nothing wrong with being stubborn. Sometimes even dogs need their own space like we humans.

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  9. hahaha too bad, right words for all humans.

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  10. Nothing wrong with being independent and thinking for yourself. You're one smart pup!

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  11. I agree independent probably does irritate the owner, but it's nice to be independent once and awhile.

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  12. What a beautiful pooch! Gorgeous coat. My Smoosh (an English Bulldog) is one of the most stubborn dogs I know; I can completely relate!

    xoxo,

    Jules of Canines & Couture
    www.caninesandcouture.com

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  13. Nothing wrong with a little independence, Hawk.

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  14. Looks like fun out there! Oh yes, the rolling on the ground move...I know that well from my own dogs!

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  15. Hi Hawk, we are having a good hour on our internet so we came by for a quick hi.

    sure miss all our friends in blogville.

    Your lookin mighty fine and My Vickie sure noted the green grass at your place.

    WE hope to see that again some day.

    Later
    Bert

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  16. An independent dog...hmmm, I've heard a rumor that some people live with dogs who aren't...but I think that's just a rumor, isn't it? :-)

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  17. Nothing wrong with being independent. My Sephi was very independent, except when it came to food. She would do just about anything for a cookie. ;)

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  18. So true, Chessies can be independent thinkers and I would add they can get very set in their ways. Or maybe those are just our Chessies. :)

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  19. As soon as I saw your letter was I, that is exactly what I was thinking ;) Although yes it can be frustrating for us humans at times it is one of the qualities I love about Chessie's :)

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