Dogs Are Smart

Jan
27

What I do when we’re snowed in, iced in, flooded in and have no internet: Clean the house, make mozzarella, make bread, organize Weston’s college stuff.


What Coco does when we’re snowed in, iced in, flooded in and have no internet:

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 27, 2011  

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  1. 1-27
    4:47
    pm

    Ah, now there’s a puppy after my own heart!! :woof:

  2. 1-27
    4:47
    pm

    Which college is Weston going to attend?

  3. 1-27
    4:49
    pm

    Yvonne, West Virginia University.

  4. 1-27
    4:59
    pm

    Ick weather here too, kitties and I snuggled up with a book. MMMM nice.

  5. 1-27
    5:10
    pm

    Good dog!

  6. 1-27
    5:16
    pm

    It has cleared off here in Tennessee…..finally the temps are getting close to 50 degrees and the Sun is out!

  7. 1-27
    5:17
    pm

    How about posting some college advice? I am trying to get stuff gathered together,, But it’s taking over my small house. Bedding, laundry basket, suitcases and storage containers, ect.

  8. 1-27
    5:18
    pm

    Ah, but one day soon you’ll be working on your next book, and you won’t even notice the weather; you’ll be off in the world of imagination, where there is no time or temperature. Then you’ll just be glad that snowy roads mean fewer interruptions. (Okay, I can dream, can’t I?)

    PS Coco has the most wonderfully expressive face.

  9. 1-27
    5:22
    pm

    Wait one minute….did he chose a college and if so I must have missed this. I baked cookies, again. A different kind is baked each day they are off of school. Sure do hope they go back tomorrow.

  10. 1-27
    5:22
    pm

    Hi Suzanne…I am not able to post to to the Farm Bell Recipes…I never received a link after I registered. Hope you can help me with this when you get back up an running again. Hope soon….I miss the goats!

  11. 1-27
    5:25
    pm

    Sorry, I see his choice is West Virigina. Excellent choice!!

  12. 1-27
    5:39
    pm

    Doggies ARE so smart! We could learn a lot of lessons from them.

  13. 1-27
    5:45
    pm

    Smart Coco. I second the motion!

  14. 1-27
    5:46
    pm

    That’s what our cat does. She has to save her strength so she can be a pain in the butt later.
    Suzanne

  15. 1-27
    5:56
    pm

    He is the cutest big puppy ever. Used to have one that looked just like Coco so the Picts are especially endearing…thanx

  16. 1-27
    6:32
    pm

    SUCH a beautiful dog! Needs beauty sleep! :)

  17. 1-27
    7:26
    pm

    Weston is going to be in “Morgan”town attending WVU…so cool! I had to go there a few times for job fairs since I work for the State of WV. ** Reputation of couch burnings during football season up there. ** Be good and study hard Weston! ** Is the girl friend attending WVU also?

    Coco is such a beautiful dog!

  18. 1-28
    12:02
    am

    Coco knows Winter is for hibernating! Snooze Away!!!
    ~~HUGS~~

  19. 1-28
    3:30
    am

    :purpleflower: Your furry baby has the right idea! Isn’t it amazing how they can sleep just about anywhere…anytime! Wish humans were that lucky! lol

  20. 1-28
    10:09
    am

    Napping is a good thing at times.

  21. 3-22
    7:42
    am

    We need to learn from Coco!

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