Thursday, October 15, 2015

That dog won't hunt

I've waded too closely to the shallow end of my creativity.  I know there are important topics out there. Things that mean something. But the escape me.

While sitting on the couch flipping through photographs trying to find something...anything, I came up short.

So I chose a photo app on my phone that I haven't used in a long while and snapped a picture of my foot.

I'd like to say this too was a butt shot, but I intentionally shot a picture of my foot.

The picture looks bizarre even to me, but once I commit to an idea, it's hard to back out. I go with it like it's genius...but as my daddy used to say: "Son, that dog won't hunt."

I'm afraid my daddy called this one right.


  1. It looks like the foot of a tired Santa on Christmas Eve.

  2. Okay I can laugh at Bonney's comment. I was just saying that today, which politician will do it first.
    But I do love the logic the old timers could come up with, and this old saying is one. That was worth the read. (I think I am often in the shallow end, never heard that one . LOL)

  3. Anonymous11:23 PM

    The checkerboard effect is interesting...

  4. I'm liking your photo app. Sometimes the simplest things are whole lot of fun.

  5. I guess we often say that someone has too much time on their hand to know what to do, in this case maybe we could say that you have too much time on your foot. lol.

    I kind of like the color combination of this unusual photo though...

    I hope your writing muse will come out of hiding.
    Have a great day.

  6. Hello Good Buddy, We say in these parts, be careful and don't shoot yourself in the foot...
    We all need to be inspired to be able to write something that feels like it is worth the time and energy we put into it. But I did take your advice and try to write often.
    Blessings, Roxy

  7. That dog may not hunt but it sits so well in front of the fire.

  8. Some days the well is dry. The foot will take a step and get up pretty soon.


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