Oshie's World

Life Through A Golden Eye


August 2015

I Lose My Mind When You Leave The House

Here is a poem from the book I Could Chew On This And Other Poems By Dogs. Thank god Oshie doesn’t do any of this.

“The plants are torn

The garbage strewn

The wires chewed

The couch and I had a fight

Your bed is soaked

Your liquor spilled

Your TV smashed

Your laptop no longer has any vowels

There’s a smartphone in the toaster

There’s a toaster in the toilet

There’s a toilet in the hallway

There’s underwear in my mouth

I went places I should never go

I saw a side of myself I should never see

I said things to the cat I can never take back

So please don’t ever leave again”
– Francesco Marciuliano

Beaver Creek Court

Work is done, grass is mowed and Oshie has gone for a walk around the neighborhood. I leave you with a shot of the sun setting over Oshie’s stomping grounds. Have a good Friday evening! The weekend is here!

Beaver Creek HDR

Hockey Season Is So Close!

As avid hockey fans Nancy and I can’t wait until the season starts. The official start of the 2015-2016 season is Oct 7 but pre-season games begin in just 3 short weeks. Naturally being named after a hockey player…Oshie also loves the sport. He can’t wait for the season to start and beingĀ forced into wearing team T-Shirts/Jersey (Bruins for me Kings for Nancy) and hockey gear! Anyone else as excited as Oshie for hockey season to begin?


Oshie says give your pups some extra love today!



Oshie In Black And White

Just a few shots I took over the weekend. Enjoy and as always thanks for visiting.

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