CYNDI: Do you remember this picture? It was posted a year ago.
MARCUS: I know you are all thinking that I look guilty and I caused this accident, but if you remember (Revenge of the Furniture) I was totally and completely exonerated! Jan did it.
CYNDI: Of course she did.
MARCUS: No, Jan really did do it.
CYNDI: I know. I said, of course she did. Are you deaf?
MARCUS: No, but I thought you were being facetious.
CYNDI: You should get a poster made of this to hang on the wall. This is probably the only time in your life you were caught next to a disaster that you didn't create.
RUSTY: He's just a photo bomber. Always has to be in the picture. It's a good thing Jan isn't a photographer for the coroner's office. She would have hundreds of pictures of Marcus posing with a dead body.
BUDDY: I think you guys have forgotten the planned theme of our post today. It's about flashback fun. We also want to flashback to a cat named (Angel) Alex from the blog Feeling Beachie.
RUSTY: Lucy is the resident kitty now and back in 2012 her hu-mom, Hilary Grossman, published a book titled "Dangled Carat". Jan has wanted to read it ever since she first heard of it.
MARCUS: And then one day a couple of months ago, Hilary was giving away free copies of her book. Hey, that was right in our price range! So Jan "bought" it.
BUDDY: It was a fun read, so we thought we would share a little about the book with our readers since so many pet bloggers know Hilary.
CYNDI: You know how you read a whudunit and every time the detective thinks he has found the killer, there's a plot twist and you're left still wondering whudunit?
BUDDY: Well, this book is a "whendunit". You hope you know the couple will become engaged and marry but every time you think the question is about to be popped, it doesn't happen.
RUSTY: We guys applauded Marc's ability to stand strong and not commit, but the gals here were rooting for Hilary to capture that dangled carat.
BUDDY: Does she? We aren't giving away the ending.
CYNDI: Jan said she now knows how to tell true love - when a guy allows his gal to move her 500 pair of jeans and her shoe collection into his closet.
MARCUS: Fifty, Cyndi. Fifty pairs of jeans.
CYNDI: Okay, so I exaggerated a bit, but 500 sounded more romantic.
MARCUS: Not more romantic! More crowded.
RUSTY: Think about it, Cyndi. Forget the shoe collection, 500 pair of jeans wouldn't fit in this house! How would they fit in a closet?
CYNDI: Full of wrinkles?