Living in the country, loving, working, thinking.......something of a keepsake for me to look back on, of my beloved pets and family,interesting things, oh yes, and my decorating atrocities.
Kisses to your fur angels.MuahhhhhhhhhhLove your photographs and postings!
Hi T - sorry I haven't been commenting - for some reason, blogger keeps kicking me out of some blogs -so I just wanted to quickly post and let you know I am still reading!xoxo
I have a granddog (like a grandchild ?) and she lets us know hours before, that a storm is coming. It must be a primitive instinct they have. Poor babies.Then there's the cat.........LOL!
Oh, the tub picture is tooooo funny!I have an Elvis dog, too.Jeanne :)
Oh, poor Elvis! He looks so scared and sad. He should take some lessons from Laid-back Kitty!!
Poor Baby! My Trinity is terrified of storms and even high winds. She'll usually try to hide under hubby's arm or back if he's in bed. Big Hugs to the furry kids.
Our weather is pretty much the same all year, I wonder if my pets will get scared in case of severe weather. I guess I will find out one of these days. I enjoyed all your pictures from your vacation, Congratulations on your anniversary!
I think I like the tub one the best. They always say that the bathroom is the sturdiest built room in a house. Smart dog!
Ive never seen a kitty look more like Garfield than your little sweetie. How cute they both are. Such faces!
Hilarious!That cat is so fat, you could pop it like a tick! And I love the dog's choice of refuge!
Poor Elvis! Bilbo Baggins is scared of thunder too but so far he hasn't thought of getting in the bath tub to escape it! :)
Cutie Pie(s)Don't have any good reasons for not being here for a while...have a nice weekend.
Angus looks so much like my cat Trooper, right down to the devil-may-care pose. It always makes me want to snuggle up and bury my face in his belly, but I value my eyes too much to actually attempt it.
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