Saturday, February 2, 2013

Their Day

While I am pruning away in the garden... Photobucket

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...the puppies are busy, too. They must play... Photobucket

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...have a few disagreements...
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...make up after the battle...
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...take a nap...
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...or two or three naps...
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...go to the park...
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...fly...
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...sneak onto the furniture...
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...get yelled at.
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However do they manage it all?   
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14 comments:

  1. They are adorable rascals to be sure. Hopefully they don't "help" you by digging in the garden. It does appear, however, that Natasha is still gnawing on Boris' sideburns. . .

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  2. Yep, still trimming him. :( Still trimming the plants they can get at, too. :((

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  3. Busy kids! I can hear the sound of that ball through your pictures! Just when I thought that you couldn't take a more adorable picture of Boris and Natasha, you post these! What cute clowns! BTW, do you have a moose and squirrel for them to play with?

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    1. Did have moose and squirrel. They ate them.

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  4. So cute, must be a handful for you.

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    1. Yes, they are a handful. Still getting up at 3 in the morning...hope that will end eventually.

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  5. Beautiful photos dear Hoover, those pups are so cute.
    xoxoxo ♡

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  6. What kind of dogs are they, besides really cute ones? Are their names really Boris and Natasha? If so, that is awesome!

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    1. Samoyeds, and they really are Boris and Natasha! :)

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  7. I love your puppy posts! I miss our dogs and those puppy days. That is a clematis in your first two photos, right? I have just begun pruning mine along with the climbing roses. I always feel good after a good clean up day, although tired and sore at the end of the day.

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    1. Thanks, Dorothy. Yes, that is Clematis 'Wisley'. I cut them at the same time as the roses, too. I feel the same way about garden clean up, like I've accomplished something good, but ouch--at the end of the day, ready for hot bath!

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  8. Aaaww, they are really cute! They look like the Samoyed dogs my neighbours had when I was a kid, when I used to live in Norway. They had 8 of them, and at least one of them had puppies at any given time!

    I was supposed to be pruning all week-end too, but the weather has been so cold and windy so I gave up. The roses will have to wait for a bit warmer weather :-)

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    1. Eight Samoyeds. I can't imagine the work!

      Better to stay warm inside--the roses are not going anywhere.

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