"A friend is one who knows you and loves you just the same."
~~ Elbert Hunnard
"Hey Mona? I'm scared!! What if Mommy doesn't love me anymore."
My poor brother is so upset about what happened this morning. I keep trying to tell him it was an accident. Mommy didn't even holler at him or nothing. I got splattered all over my right side but I jumped off Mommy's lap and ran outside. Poor Mommy wasn't as lucky. She got it all the way down her gown and Weenie was a mess and stunk to high heaven, not that it bothered me much. Smelled kinda tasty, I say. Thank goodness, there was a cover on the recliner and all Mommy had to do was throw it and her gown in the washing machine. So Mommy and Weenie went right into the shower, like last time.
Balloon doggies with our names on them.
There was a teenage girl at Denny's making balloon animals for children but no kids were there. So Mommy, being Mommy, started talking with the girl, her name was Kelsey. She told Mommy her Mom, Brenda, had a chiweenie at home and of course Mommy had to pull out the flashy beast and show our pictures off.
So here we are poising with our balloons. I don't look to happy, do I? Mommy forgot I don't like balloons but since I rolled in poop last night I didn't say nothing.
As most of you know, I have trying to teach Weenie how to roach and there are lots of places to roach inside the house and not just in poop in the backyard. But enough about that.
Now before you start a good roach, you gotta take a friend with you. So I took my Easter rabbit carcass to the bed with me. Roaching in bed is one of my most favorite places to roach, besides in poop, of course.
"Wow, Sissy, wonder if I'll ever get that good."
Yesterday Mommy got a picture of Pretzel laying under a blankie, fast asleep, at his foster home in Georgia but for some reason it wouldn't load today so we'll try
another time. Mommy says beggars can't be choosers, whatever that means. But here is one Aunt Judy just sent Mommy she got today. I'm telling you, the boy likes to sleep.
On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 8:46 PM, Tim Moss wrote:
As you can see, Happy is a VERY cuddly boy! Also, in true dachshund style, found a pillow right away and made himself at home. He has a long way to go, but I hope you can share some of these on face book and on the DRoH site. Tim
To see all the lasted pictures of Happy please go to the DROH website @
his care if you'd like.
PS..........come back tomorrow & hear about Mona & ther tomatoe.