Thursday, May 01, 2014

Statue of Limitations

Micah:  Have we decided what we're thankful for this week, guys?

Cyndi:  Well, for starters, we should be thankful Jan survived last week.

Meci:  Yes, it truly was a painful week for her and she's still trying to recuperate from everything that happened.  

Marcus:  I don't understand how one person can have so many accidents/injuries in one short week.  Isn't there a statue of limitations on accidents?

Sam:  You mean statute of limitations, Marcus, and that would only apply if Jan committed a crime.  Being a klutz or being in the wrong place at the right time - or is that being in the right place at the wrong time? - whichever, it isn't a crime.  It's just unfortunate.


Cameron:  Well, I'm thankful the West Paw Hurley bone has survived this long with Marcus.  It's the first toy he hasn't been able to destroy in a short time period and he's been giving it a daily workout. 

Marcus:  I'm quite disappointed with it, personally.  What good is a toy I can't destroy?  I intend to keep working on it until I find its weak spot.

by Ann of Zoolatry
Buddy:  On the serious side, we want to join the other bloggers in prayer for the well being and safety of all those impacted by or still in the path of the terrible storms crossing the country this week.

Rusty:  We had two nights of storms and were expecting another last night, but so far we've been fortunate here.  Many humans have lost everything - home, pets, loved ones. 

Percy:  Yes, sometimes we forget how much we have to be thankful for. What about you?  Are you thankful for anything in particular today?



We are joining Pepi Smart Dog for Thankful Thursday.

 
And also, Thoughtless Thursday, co-hosted by
Ruckus the Eskie and Love is being owned by a Huskie.

12 comments:

  1. Maybe you should take out some EXTRA accident insurance on Jan.
    We are glad than none of them were rEALLY bad... just some BooBoos.. Can't be having the mom truly injured.

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  2. Marcus, you're a very good toy tester : if it survives to you, it will survive to every dog. Glad to read that Jan is ok, take care of her buddies ! Purrs

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  3. guys...ther bee a statue in R yard that haz limitationz...noe BURDS iz a loud ta perch on it !!!!

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  4. hehe we are trying to visualize a statue of limitations. We are grateful that no storms have hit us or our blogging buddies back east.

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  5. Meez is fankful fuw meez mommy and sisfuw Lexi and all meez furiends. And so much mowe. Meez a vewy blest kitty giwly fuw suwe. And Meez fankful yous Jan is alwight. ☺ Hav a Pawsum day!!

    Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses ♥♥♥

    Dezi

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  6. We are praying sweet Jan is getting better and will be all healed up soon. We are glad you are all safe. The tornado was only a few miles from us be we are fine and very thankful. Hugs and nose kisses

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  7. We sure hope Jan is feeling better and that no more accidents befall her.

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  8. STILL working on that toy??? Don't worry, you'll conquer it soon!

    Guys, our mom is a huge klutz too!

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  9. I hope Jan has an accident free week. Have a great evening.
    Sue B

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  10. I'm thankful for so much! I'm very thankful for all the great pet bloggers that I have come to consider friends this year! That includes all of you Funny Farm animals!

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  11. Great post! My thoughts and prayers are with families effected by these storms. I am thankful every day for my families health and well being. I am also thankful that living in the part of Canada that we do, we do not have to worry too much about tornadoes and things like that.
    Thanks for linking up!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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