Friday, January 20, 2017

Polite Pee Mail

Cyndi:  Psst, I'm up here.  You should have known I would be up high.  I'm pretty feisty for an old lady cat.

Marcus:  Is feisty a word?

Cyndi:  Of course it is.  It means spunky.

Marcus:  Why didn't you just say that?

Cyndi:  Because it's good for you to learn new words so you don't make stupid mistakes like you did the other day when you told Jan to drop "a bomb" instead of a balloon.

Marcus:  I guess it was a good thing she didn't listen to me. 

Cyndi:  We want to share some photos Jan took on the 16th, just a few days ago.  We weren't expecting any rain and we didn't get anything but an almost perceptible mist in the area of the clouds, but look at those clouds.

Marcus:  There hasn't been any demolition or cleanup work done at the mill in almost a year.  The mess makes a great backup for the threatening clouds.

Cyndi:  And just barely to the right, here is more of the same.

Marcus:  And just barely to the right of that photo, the sky was clear and beautiful.  Jan loves to watch the clouds on our walks.  We dogs prefer to read pee mail.

Cyndi:  And from what I understand, you love to leave your own for other dogs to read.

Marcus:  That's only polite, but if the last dog left a political statement, the proper thing to do is to kick dirt over it.

Cyndi:  There's a lot of thunder booming and rain expected, especially this weekend.  We're sure thankful we have a home where we can stay dry when the weather is bad.  And our internet has stayed on for a whole week now.

Marcus:  It blinked yesterday and Jan said it nearly gave her a heart attack.  That was so nice of our ISP to give Jan a free health checkup.

Cyndi:  A heart attack is not a free health checkup.  If she'd had one, it might have been a checkout.

Marcus:  Well, if she checked out, I hope she kept her receipt.

Cyndi:  I think I need a nap.

Marcus:  You're going to need a double nap when you realize we just finished our Thankful Thursday post for today.  Thursday was yesterday.  Today is Friday!  

We are joining the Pet Parade hosted by Rascal and Rocco, Basil the Bionic Cat, Barking from the Bayou and Owned by a husky.


  1. Those clouds are beautiful! Views like that always remind me to respect and appreciate nature and creation :)

  2. We are thankful we don't get any peeMail around here!!!

  3. Those are POWERFUL Clouds... Love looking at Clouds... butt those are sort of Scary.. WE agree about the Pawlitical Pee Mails...

  4. Yikes! You better get down low if those clouds are coming
    Lily & Edward

  5. We watch the clouds a lot, too. Something about weather, the sky, the wind...but we don't have any doggies to walk. Feisty is a good word!

  6. Wow...those clouds look pretty amazing!!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

  7. What a dramatic sky you have.

  8. Your sky photos were amazing - eerie, but amazing.

  9. The clouds photos are amazing ! Purrs

  10. Great photos, especially the one of Cyndi -good for you for being feisty :)

  11. Oh, boy, between Cyndi and bombs and check-outs and receipts, I think even I need a nap! Lovely clouds...amazing. More about the mill, please....

  12. We always love you joining our Pet Parade! Those clouds are amazing but sure do look as if they were full of severe weather. We are supposed to get bad storms tomorrow too.

  13. MOL Ya'll sound like you've had our week. MOL We don't like storms, but those fotos of da sky are amazin'. 'Course ya'll be lookin' gawjus too. Big hugs

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

  14. Those photos are beautiful, but that one is really scary looking. I hate thunder boomers, and I bet that black one made lots of thunder boomers! Did you all hide like I do?

  15. hello funny farmers its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow those ar sum skarry klowds for shoor!!! i do not like sutch klowds they may bring thunder and i most definitly do not like thunder!!! so i am glad those klowds went on there way!!! ok bye

  16. Did you all need yo run for cover after Miss Jan took those pictures?? Those look like clouds that can produce severe weather, even tornadoes.

    Stay safe!


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