You ever have one of those weeks where you feel like Mercury is in retrograde and nothing you say or do quite comes out right? That was my week – lots of confusion, misunderstandings and missed opportunities.
We all have weeks like that. Don’t we?
In times like this, I just want to run like hell and shake loose all the bad and negative stuff. Kind of like the dog in this week’s video. If anything can outrun the yuck of a bad week, it is this dog. :)
Wishing you all a lovely weekend. Stay, play and have fun.
This week’s video features two dogs and a cat patiently waiting for their owner to come home. The cute factor is really high on this one too. There is cuddling and watching and cuddling and sleeping and then even more cuddling.. It is very sweet.
I like to imagine my dogs do the same thing while I am away, but I know the truth is a lot less adorable. I already know that:
- Cupcake perches herself on the bay window ledge and barks viciously at all intruders (i.e., people walking by on the street, squirrels scampering across the lawn to hide their nuts, the mailman dropping off the mail in the mailbox, etc. ). She also destroys the screen on the window closest to her.
- Daisy paces a lot and collects all the Woobies (stuffed animals) and stores them in her kennel.
The only thing I do not know is what Jasper does behind the baby gate in my bedroom. My guess is he does a lot of whining and barking and wishing he were on the other side of the gate, but as a repeat offender in Kong stealing, he is not allowed to mingle with the general population (at least not until I get home).
Clearly the reality is a lot less adorable, but if I could imagine them doing something, it would what is happening in this video. :)
Happy Friday everyone!
While east coast dwellers are still digging out from winter storm Thor, Minnesotans are gearing up for a week full of 40’s. To say we are excited would be an understatement.
Yes, this winter has been the mildest I have seen in a couple of years, but after last year’s never-ending sub-zero temperatures, I think we deserve it. Is it wrong that I am glad someone else is suffering the drudge of winter this year?
I think it just might be time to start thinking about spring. :)
Happy Friday everyone!
Today, when I hung my jacket up at work I got a shock. A quick static charge to my finger.
Yesterday, it was so dry that my hair was standing up all over the place. I couldn’t make it go down.
To say it has been dry this winter would be an understatement. Usually snow brings some moisture to the air, but we’ve barely had any this year. Thus, I have had the humidifier running almost constantly.
I think that’s why these two short videos resonated with me. If I can’t escape the dry static-y weather, I might as well laugh at it. Right?
Have a great weekend!
I look out into my backyard and see only the remnants of snow. Little frozen patches of ice now sit where snow once rested. It’s odd to see little bits of grass poking up between the patches of ice in what is usually considered the coldest month of the year. I know it sounds crazy, especially to those on the east coast, but I miss the snow.
I miss the big huge flakes falling down around me, and the magical silence that comes when one walks through the woods during a fresh snowfall. I miss watching my dogs frolic in the drifts and join the other dogs in a game of chase.
I think that is why this week’s video appealed to me so much. There is something so magical about watching Shelties play in the snow.
Of course, the music might have something to do with it too. :D
Happy Friday everyone!
After a long bout of frigid temps, and limited outdoor time for the dogs, we finally have a warm up in Minnesota. Yesterday it made it to 35 degrees, and the rest of the weekend looks to be equally as warm.
Knowing how much time my dogs and I will be spending outside this long holiday weekend, I thought a video that captured our feelings on this matter would be most appropriate, This week’s video was taken in Nova Scotia and features the adorable Zoe and Baxter.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
I’m a little late getting this Friday’s video up on the blog. I actually thought I had missed doing it because of the holiday. Yes, I thought today was Saturday (not Friday). :)
Anyways, I decided to start out the new year with a sweet video. It’s a simple one too. Watch one dog grow, from 2 months to 3 years, in 23 seconds. That’s it.
But, it’s the outtakes that make it so endearing. I couldn’t help but smile when I saw them.
I hope it will make you smile too.
Wishing you a lovely Friday everyone.