Monday, September 2, 2013

Bark O'Lounger

Well, Mom said I couldn't put my paws on the edge of 
the kitchen island to see what she's making.
We're having beef!
 
Whether you had to work or just lounged around, I hope you enjoyed your Labor Day.
 
 - Brigid and Barkley
 

13 comments:

  1. What a handsome guy Barkley is !

    Happy Labor Day to you both.

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  2. I hope you and Barkley are having a great day!

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  3. So, where's his afghan and pillow? In our house, if you want the most comfortable chair, you'd have to move the dog. So we sit on the floor.

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  4. Barkley make sure she gets some rest please...

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  5. Chair arms make the best butt cushion evar!

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  6. Working here, canning green beans. Kind of a slow day. Our dog wanted to go outside and snooze in the grass all day.

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  7. I love that second photo! Hope your day was pleasant too. Our train stopped in time for me to cook two brisket flats.

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  8. Quiet, just the way I like it! :-)

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  9. Working hard on paperwork that should have been in with the grad school on the first.

    My thesis advisor dropped the ball again.

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  10. Oh, I have a question about Long Beach.

    Why is it that all of the junk stores and even a few restaurants seem to have jars of dice for sale next to the cash registers?

    Back alley Yahtzee tournaments?

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  11. CGD's not allowed in the kitchen since the wedding dinner incident but he has to put one paw over the threshold to let us know we ain't completely in control.

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  12. Yeah, BEEF it's whats for dinner! All is calm, all is right...

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  13. I spent last week in Washington, D.C. at a professional conference. My wife came with me and saw the sights. She even attended the speeches in front of the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday the 28th. At the end of the week we had two hours to see something together before we went home. My choice.

    Off to the National Archives. I saw the actual, real, honest-to-God Declaration of Independence, the Constitution (all 4 pages, single sided, apparently they weren't into saving parchment or being green) and the Bill of Rights.

    You can hardly read them between the fading, lost ink and poor lighting. But I put my face right down on the glass (no problem from the guards) and if you concentrate you can read them. Even the Second Amendment. I made some comment out loud about "if you look hard you can read them" and someone in the crowd said "Now we need to get Congress down here to do the same!"

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