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Every once in awhile…

…you have a day where you need something like this:

Yes. That’ll do!

P.S. In case anyone is wondering, there is a lake.

6 Comments

  1. Wolfgang said…

    The dog has got it right: we love you too … ;-)

  2. Dr.B said…

    Good girl.

  3. The Marschallin said…

    Adorable! Thanks for sharing the "love"!

  4. Dana said…

    I hope you are doing well. We are sending more buckets of love your way :)

  5. La Rondine said…

    I think the dog speaks for all your fans, myself included! I absolutely loved your appearance in Antonio Pappano's Opera Italia programme on Monday as well!!! Best Wishes from England :)

  6. gaulimauli said…

    The dog already got over 16 million hits, now, with your help, she'll probably wind up on "America's Got Talent".The lake is a dead give-away-there will be no nonsense with this production, especially with La Scala and Covent Garden participating. And they have two separate casts to rehearse, so they may want to keep it simple. Notable is the choice for Malcolm, she'll be formidable and not to be denied, so the king will not get to marry you this time around.This ought to be a piece of cake for you, after this run you'll "own" Elena, as the reviewers like to put it. And I hope you'll get to wear skirts, boots are practical but not flattering on a woman.Happy rehearsals! Woof,woof.

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