Friday, November 25, 2011

I Can't Win for Losing

Bless his heart, just look at him......

So tired......


I'll leave him to it as I am sure he needs his rest after...

pulling the stuffing out of the comforter in the spare bedroom. 

Gee, wasn't I just extolling his virtues the other day? 

27 comments:

  1. Don't you just love them?

    Beautiful snow shot in your header. Was that this year?

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  2. Wonderful how they can just go back to looking like angels after their naughtiness :)

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  3. Lori - I actually took that header shot a couple of years ago and found it recently while going through photos on the computer.

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  4. Hehehe, gotta love them!
    I love his look... *yawn* "what Mom? Someone ripped something up?? *yawn* well, couldnt have been me could it? Cause I am here napping, but if I hear anything I will let you kn...ZzzzzZZZz"

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  5. Uh oh, not another stuffing puller, Baron did that for ages...but not so much anymore!

    Love your header photo!

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  6. Annie and Mazzy did the same thing last week. I love the "Who me, I didn't do that" look they have when you catch them.

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  7. I am so glad my pups didn't discover that trick, lol.

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  8. Funny...the poor puppy all tired out. Just think of the enjoyment the comforter provided in it's last hours :)

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  9. every time we brag on one of ours...they pull a stunt....crazy furbabies...

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  10. RIP comforter. I think your dog and my dog would be friends if they met. They have some shared interests.

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  11. That was quite a job he did, no wonder he's pooped. Love his quilt! Love you new banner photo. What a lovely place you have.

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  12. Uh oh!

    Your headers have been so pretty lately - just love the new one!

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  13. Pets. Gotta love 'em! Drive ya CRAZY!

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  14. haha! that is the look my rotten one gives me when I catch him sleeping on my bed. But it IS motivation to remember to make my bed, otherwise my sheets get covered in lab fur and dirt...

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  15. I am not sure I'll forgive him so easily, but he looks so innocent!

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  16. Happiness !

    Please have you all a good weekend.

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  17. Hi Farmchick, You sure do a great job with your blog. What a great dog you have there and you are so right, he is irresistible, and yes, bless his heart. I do want to get me a dog one of these days ... it's one of my goals. I did have one when growing up and loved him, but lately I have been living in a place where it is not so easy to have pets. It's on my list of things to do. I also enjoyed your post on Thanksgiving ... and you are so right again ... we all have lots to be thankful for and frequently we take it for granted. Hope you have a fine rest of the weekend and thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving me a comment ... much appreciated. Best regards from Seattle, John

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  18. I'm so sorry about your comforter, but just have to say, I'm really glad it wasn't the quilt he is resting from his escapades on.

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  19. He needs some stuffed toys to tear apart.

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  20. Little stinker! May have to teach him what a closed door means. Then, of course, you will get those sad, "how could you shut me out" puupy dog eyes. Darned ol' cute dogs! :-)

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  21. Agreeing with Birdman, he stole my words :-)
    ... & looks like it's been a hard day at the office !

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