Observations:

Dogs sit like humans in the front seat of cars. All they lack is the seat belt across their chests to be come equal with the driver.

Dogs look incredibly happy to be in the car. When I pull up next to a dog in a car, I love to watch the dogseat in hopes they will turn their furry faces toward me with their mouths stretched into a gleeful grin.

Dogs don’t care about messy hair. Poking their heads out of the tiniest of cracks and letting the wind beat their faces evokes pure joy. There’s not much better to see on the road than the sloppy flap of a dog jowl in the wind.

Dogs in cars. Watch them.

7 thoughts on “Dogs in Cars #SoL20

  1. “Dogs don’t care about messy hair.” So true! I remember when I was little I would stick my hand out the window and feel the air rush over it. It must be a wonderful feeling to stick your whole face out – maybe the dogs are onto something. If nothing else, I will add dogs in cars to my list of delightful things.

  2. I love this, especially the the sound of the line, “There’s not much better to see on the road than the sloppy flap of a dog jowl in the wind.” Your blog made me smile today.

  3. Love this line — There’s not much better to see on the road than the sloppy flap of a dog jowl in the wind. This felt like a poem to me … it would be fun to play with it and structure as a poem.

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