Sunday, August 02, 2015

Hatitude of Gratitude

MICAH:  We were going to just post a Sunday Smile video today but first we would like to observe a Hatitude of Gratitude moment.  

CYNDI:  Today we realized we don't say thank you often enough.  Thank you for reading our blog and leaving comments or popping off an email, even when life is hectic and we aren't able to get around to leave comments as we would like.

MERCI:  Thank you to Ann of Zoolatry for all the graphics and emails to let us know when a furry or human is ill or has gone to the bridge.  That is an investment of time and talent.

RUSTY:  And thanks to those who administrate the Blogville Power of the Paw blog and the memorial blog Our Rainbow Friends that is published on the 15th of each month.  We have shed a lot of tears at both sites.

MARCUS:  We try to visit Our Rainbow Friends each month to leave a comment for all those that passed away the previous month, even if we didn't know them.  A couple of days ago we went by because we couldn't remember visiting in July.

BUDDY:  And we hadn't.  Ann was busy and forgot to send out a notice.  But, even without a reminder, the Tabbies O Trout Towne had visited on the 15th of July and left condolences on each post.  We wanted to say a special thank you to the Tabbies and their mom for being committed to be there for others. We might have a bit of a problem understanding their accent at times, but we always understand their warm heart.



PERCY:  And in honor of this observance, Sam has removed his hat.  Well, he didn't actually remove it.  I accidentally knocked it off his head, but it's the same end result.


SAM:  Yes, I was just sitting here wondering what Micah meant about Hatitude and suddenly I realized I was completely bald.

PERCY:  Sam, you are not bald.  You are hatless.  They are not the same thing.

SAM:  Well, they feel like the same thing.  The air conditioning might not cool the house sufficiently but it sure does make my bald head cold. 

MICAH:  Here is our Sunday Smile video.  This husky pup has a lot to say.  I think he's telling a joke since the lady is laughing so hard.


If the video doesn't play, click here.

22 comments:

  1. We really do have lots to be thankful for, all of us!

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  2. Hari OM
    ... OMD its a cat!!!

    Thanks is so often taken for granted - thank you for remembering that! Hugs, whiskeries and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. There is always so much going on in Blogville and we are happy there are special ones out there doing special things.

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  4. It is good to give thanks .... and to laugh at talking baby huskies!! MOL

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  5. What a wonderful post. Thank you for the great reminder to be thankful for all of the blessings in our lives! Thank YOU for being you, dear friends!

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  6. Goodness me thank you for the Shout out...and we are thankful for all our blogville friends too.
    Hugs madi and mom

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  7. A beautiful post and wonderful reminder of what's truly important.

    ...and that video!!! Oh my DOG! What a cutie!

    xoxo
    Glogirlu, Katie & Waffles

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  8. What a lovely beautiful post Jan.

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  9. Very nice post and I agree, they do all deserve to be recognized for all that they do.

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  10. That's great post reminding us what is really important : friendship. Purrs

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  11. We really do have lots to be thankful for, all of us!
    My mom-person thinks the video was funny, but I'm not so fond of puppy sounds.

    XOXO

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  12. MOL! That pup is so funny. This is a lovely post from you Funny Farmers. I agree with you about the Tabbies. They always offer words of comfort for those who need it.

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  13. Nice post - ending with a good smile at that funny puppy and happy woman.
    Thank you!

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  14. Such a very nice post today - we add our thanks to all for many of the same reasons. Hope you are having a nice Sunday.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  15. We never heard a doggie speak like that! We are happy to be one of the POTP authors (there are 5 of us Easy, Idaho Pugs, Ziggy, Madi too)

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  16. Thanks for the terrific post. We all do have so much to be grateful for!

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  17. Great post!
    Have a super duper Sunday...

    Noodle and crew

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  18. We, too, have a lot to be thankful for. BUTT mostly we're thankful for all our furiends in Blogville...furiends like your Mommy, Jan! And you guys too. You make us laugh.. :)

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  19. What a lovely post and pictures. We should all count our blessings more often, I reckon!

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  20. LOL I have seen that video before, I love it!!!! Huskies are so vocal!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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  21. Wonderful post efurrybody! We truly have much to be thankful for, especially for all our furriends.

    That video is so funny, we didn't know puppies could talk, but that one sure could.

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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