Dog Days of Winter

Jan
1


Boomer and Casper, ON MY LOUNGE CHAIR!!!!


Good thing I didn’t put “get the animals under control” on this year’s farm goals list. I’d have already flunked.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 1, 2011  

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  1. 1-1
    4:56
    pm

    Clearly it’s a 2-dog afternoon at your place. Will it be a 3-dog night? (will be here: 50° yesterday, 20° today!)

  2. 1-1
    5:09
    pm

    At my house it’s the “cat days” of winter. I’m in my recliner, notebook PC in lap, with a cat sleeping under each elbow. The left elbow cat is snoring. A good excuse as to why I’m not up cleaning house.

  3. 1-1
    5:11
    pm

    If you put the back down, and Coco decides to snuggle…it may end up in a ‘two dog FLIGHT’.LOL

  4. 1-1
    5:26
    pm

    The dogs totally rule here at our place. We just live here to serve them. :)

  5. 1-1
    5:45
    pm

    They’re keeping it warm for you.

  6. 1-1
    6:43
    pm

    Well, YOU’RE not on it!

    ;-)

    They’re probably tired from their New Year’s Eve celebrating…

  7. 1-1
    8:46
    pm

    Not only do my 3 dogs lounge on my patio chairs, but on a warm day you will probably find at least one of them sunning themselves on the patio table.

  8. 1-1
    8:48
    pm

    Here it’s the couch and my bed when I go to sleep. I have a three dog night every night!

  9. 1-1
    11:05
    pm

    They look pretty controlled to me.

  10. 1-2
    4:29
    am

    :snoopy: Dogs….can’t live with them and can’t live without them. Now you do realize they are only allowing you to live there don’t you? lol, lol, lol

  11. 1-2
    11:47
    am

    Come on now, they know you aren’t using it. ;)

  12. 1-4
    11:23
    am

    Cute snuggle buddies!

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