Sunday, November 30, 2014

Neighborhood Fruitcake

Cyndi:  It's the start of another week.  We hope this Sunday will be quiet and uneventful, unlike last Sunday when we had the scary weather.


 Micah:  This is the black and white version of this weekend's art.  We posted all the versions yesterday at We Are Better Artists.   Our favorite is the pencil sketch and it seems to be readers' favorite too.

Black and white Sunday blog hop is co-hosted by Sugar the Golden Retriever and Dachshund Nola.


Buddy:  We just have to tell this story on Jan.  She has earned the title of Neighborhood Fruitcake, in our eyes anyway.  We think the neighbors might be calling her something on the bad word list.

Merci:  Yesterday we dogs were outside in the pen.  We started barking and when Jan heard an itty bitty bark, she came running to the door to see if there was a small dog loose.

Sam:  A man and a woman were walking by at a slow pace.  Each had a puppy on a leash.  Jan started telling us to stop barking and be quiet.

Cameron:  But you guys paid no attention to her and what happened is all your fault because you wouldn't be quiet.

Rusty:  I was taking my mid-afternoon bath after my mid-afternoon nap and missed it.  What happened?

Marcus:  Jan yelled, "STOP! YOU'RE NOT PAYING ANY ATTENTION TO ME!"  The man and woman stopped and turned around slowly to look at Jan, who got very flustered knowing they thought she was yelling at them.  She didn't know what to do so she smiled and waved.  They stared, then turned and walked away.  We figure that couple will take a different route next time they walk their dogs.

Percy:  We have a fun video for your Sunday Smile.  Jan used to try to do exercises on the floor but gave it up and if you have a furry in your home, you know why.  Here is a fun video of dogs and cats interrupting  yoga exercises.  Happy Sunday.


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14 comments:

  1. OH I Laughed! That was HILARIOUS! LOVED it! Seriously!

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  2. Tee hee!

    We hope you have have a terrific Sunday!

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  3. Cute video and a funny story. I would have loved to see a video of those people. Please visit us for a giveaway.

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  4. Oh, MY!! Jan's Funny Farm is surely the correct title...

    We heard lots of loud giggles and guffaws while that video was playing.

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  5. That is a funny video! So was Jan yelling at the walkers, MOL!!!

    Mom bean says she knows now why she doesn't exercise.

    Have a great week efurrybody!
    Sasha Sami, & Saku

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  6. Hmmm... We have a quite a number of dogs walkin' past our house every day and a lot of 'em stop at the end of the driveway, gazin' longingly toward our house. I worry some of 'em wanna use us as chew toys.

    I think I'm gonna ask Peep #1 to start yellin' at their peeps. Let me know if that works, okay?

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  7. We all giggled.....We also know what it like to have a silly Mama!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  8. Yep dat wuz a funny video alwight. Good fing mommy dusn't do yoga. MOL

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  9. hello funny farmers its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm wel at leest now the naybors no that jan will not be ignored!!! and dada sez now dan nos that too hooever dan is!!! ok bye

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  10. Well obviously those people didn't speak Canine or they would have gave a howdy bark back!

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  11. Ha!!! yea, I imagine they will find a different rout next time! BOL!
    Adorable video, and love the pic too!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  12. Oh, my how we loved that video. Hope you all have had a great Sunday and your week will be packed with all good things. Hugs and nose kisses

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  13. What a fun video! We're purrty sure our Mom could never do any of those yoga poses so we'll never get to try any of that.

    The Florida Furkids

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  14. Oh, I can totally relate to that video. What a hoot!!

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